Publish date: October 17th 2013
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Biography Memoir
, Pop Culture
When I saw that this book came out, I knew I had to have it, even if it meant ordering it from the UK. After waiting breathlessly for this book to arrive from overseas, I was not disappointed. One can open this book up at any page and read a sentence, preferably in a British accent, and fall in love...
It's not often that I have the opportunity to read such an eloquent first-person account into the life and mind of an artist as Morrissey's Autobiography. If you’re interested in truly understanding art, you have to try to understand the people who make it, and what it entails, the total commitment ...
Humans are colourful creatures, even if most of them appear one-dimensionally black or white on the outside. Or two-dimensionally grey. I love this man. He is smart, and weird, and sensual. He is controversial and arrogant too. He is a bountiful mixture of good and bad, of relatable and unattainable...
What can what say about Morrissey that somebody hasn't already told the tabloids of the United Kingdom? Nothing that's what, and its all lies anyway.Poor Morrissey.This is another one I wish I had kept scribbled notes of while I was reading it, it was such a laugh-out-loud read, and that's a good th...
I'm fan of Morrissey and The Smiths however I'm not much into celebrity personal life and so I knew next to nothing about him or the band before reading this book. But, of course, I'd heard of Morrissey being self-centred and arrogant prick but while reading and googling a lot, I come to conclusion ...