Book - 2016 | Spanish
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In his memoir, Morrissey tells of his unhappy childhood, his adolescence marked by schools where the rod and belt are norm, his aimless youth, and the bittersweet discovery of music as an escape route. Morrissey has reached the status of iconic pop of his generation, a status he finds, is far from a bargain. Record companies have deceived him. His companions have cheated him. The media has slandered him. Some of his friends have abandoned him. His childhood and adolescence, dirty and miserable, were only a taste of what would come next.

Publisher: Barcelona : Malpaso Ediciones, S. L. U., 2016
Edition: Primera edición
ISBN: 9788416420605
Branch Call Number: 92 M8347 2016 Espanol
Characteristics: 469 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Martín Giráldez, Rubén 1979-


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