Ah, well, if dear old Mike Tyson had known the difference between a lover and a fighter, he might not have spent as much time in the pokey as he already has. That said, we at How Dare They Challenge Us With Their Primitive Skills challenge you to identify who wrote each of the following autobiographies. In each case, assume that we are looking for the ostensible author -- if we were to ask for the author of One Frog Can Make a Difference, we would expect the answer "Kermit the Frog," and not "Jim Henson's Publicist."
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
Bo Knows Bo
Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Fear of Fifty
Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It
Grand National/ King Richard I
Growing Up/ The Good Times
I Can't Believe I Said That!
Lanterna Magica/ The Magic Lantern
Long Time Gone
My Life and Ethiopia's Progress
The Ragman's Son
To The Stars
Up From Slavery
What Do You Care What Other People Think?