AN ICONCLAST'S RELATION
TO THE WORLD
"I loved this book. It has a rambling, picaresque quality to it."
The Polymath, Elliott Self, takes us on an odyssey through his life from earliest years, a childhood of rural delight; a freedom only darkened by the prospect of a school away from home he doesn’t relish.
...Why am I now so engaged, so aware, so willing to live these precious seconds as if they were my last?
Such tiny instances do have meaning, coming unasked right into the very centre of my chaotic existence...”