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By Jonathan Croall

A. S. Neill, founding father of Summerhill, the main trendy and such a lot feared of all revolutionary faculties, used to be recognized as a schoolteacher, academic reformer, and writer of illuminating and fashionable books approximately schooling and the brain of the kid. yet few humans understand he was once additionally a committed, prolific, uninhibited, witty and infrequently mischievous letter author. this option of gem stones, first released in 1983, has been selected from 1000's of his letters through his biographer. It comprises letters approximately schooling, little ones, politics, writing, fatherhood, the Bomb, previous age and demise. ‘All the easiest, Neill’ was once the common finishing of his letters to the recognized – H. G. Wells, Bertrand Russell, Henry Miller, Paul Goodman, Wilhelm Reich, Homer Lane; to special educators – W. B. Curry of Dartington, John Aitkenhead of Kilquhanity, Bob Mackenzie of Braehead, Dora Russell of Beacon Hill; to unknown buddies, mom and dad, or even informal correspondents. To learn those letters is to percentage the corporate of a very good and constantly pleasant guy, who wrote every one with an analogous dedication and gaiety.

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