Notes: The many faces of Bob Dylan, as gleaned from
analysis of his works. (What was it Bob said? "People can learn everything
about me through my songs- if they know where to look.") Written by a
university academician, but also a big fan (and a regular on r.m.d.). The
result is very readable, not stuffy, with lots of interesting analysis. The
book itself is aesthetic, printed on that nice soft paper with the ragged
edges, and the cover is, well...pretty. Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Criticism & interpretation.
ISBN: 0-88995-069-5 pbk $12.95
LCCN: 91-188326 /MN
Review: Telegraph 43, Autumn 1992
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