T. H. Auden
In Morrissey’s autobiography, the way he describes himself and his life, could work as a good first-hand source. But professor of English studies, Juan Pellicer, argues that when Morrissey wrote his autobiography, he was taken over by the myth, that he had created about himself, and therefore we cannot use it, as a correct source, he told me. What do you think? Could it be something like this?