By Bertrand Russell
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By shortly undergo an imthis time I was more or less able to understand what he meant. I had at that time another boy, Jim- with me, the same whom I met at Vancouver in 1929, and he and I used to talk things over, not only with each other, but with the page-boy, who was about our own mie Baillie, staying than we age or perhaps a year older, and rather more knowing were. When it was discovered that we had spent a certain after- Boon in doubtful conversation with the page-boy, we were spoken to in tones of deep sorrow, sent to bed, and kept on bread treatment did not destroy my spent a great deal of time in the sort of conconsidered improper, and in endeavouring to and water.
All buttoned down before. He also had another coat, Which was of a different kind. Instead of buttoning down before, buttoned up behind. It I soon realized that was my only chance of escape from, their atten- remain imperturbably good-humoured. After a term or two, another teasable boy arrived, who had the added merit of losing his temper. This caused them to let me alone. tions to Gradually, also, I got used to their conversation and ceased to be shocked by There was and I used I remained, however, profoundly unhappy.
On the first I had mountain sickness, and on the second he did. The second occasion was quite exciting, as one of our guides fell over a precipice, and had by his sang froid, to be hauled up by the rope. I was impressed as he swore as he fell over. Unfortunately, however, FitzGerald and I had a somewhat serious disagreement during this time. He spoke with what I thought unpardonable rudeness to his mother, and being young I reproached him for doing so. He was exceedingly angry, with a cold anger which lasted for months.
Autobiography of Bertrand Russell 1872- 1914 by Bertrand Russell