so I take it then you’re not a fan of LOTL ?
For me it's the same as with Autobiography - there's so much fascinating stuff in it once you get past the illusion that it's supposed to be a "novel".
It's less accessible than Autobiography and it took me two readings to "get" it, the first of which was rather frustrating and strenuous, but it's brilliant in its own way.
I wish Morrissey would have taken the time to discuss it in depth with someone when it was first published. There's a couple of things I would love to hear his thoughts on.