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Autobiography by Morrissey: the tale of a charmless man

How does the much-anticipated autobiography from Manchester's most miserable son compare to other classic music memoirs?

By Serena Kutchinsky  
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Morrissey looks strangely content on the cover of Autobiography

What is it about Stephen Patrick Morrissey that has us all still hooked? His long-awaited autobiography has finally landed and has elbowed that other famous moaner, Bridget Jones, off the bestseller spot, selling a record-breaking 34, 918 copies. In its first week the Manchester Miserablist’s life story has become the most popular music memoir of all time. Which is odd if you consider that over the past four decades he has successfully alienated…

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