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When this book was first published in hardcover, reviewers hailed it as "the best written musical autobiography since Bob Dylan's Chronicles," and lauded its famously rebellious English singer author as "so devastatingly articulate that he could win the Booker." Now Morrissey's Autobiography has justly become a Penguin Classic, poised to unleash its strong opinions about all matters under the sun, including but not limited to the music business, Manchester, animal rights, the royal family, contrarians, conservatives, being an outsider, his bandmates, and interviewers. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.