By Andy Warhol
A loosely shaped autobiography through Andy Warhol, informed along with his trademark mixture of irony and detachment
In The Philosophy of Andy Warhol—which, with the subtitle "(From A to B and again Again)," is much less a memoir than a suite of riffs and reflections—he talks approximately love, intercourse, nutrients, good looks, repute, paintings, cash, and good fortune; approximately manhattan, the USA, and his formative years in McKeesport, Pennsylvania; approximately his solid instances and undesirable in manhattan, the explosion of his occupation within the sixties, and his existence between celebrities.
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