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BOB DYLAN TEMPEST
The Rhymers' Club, Part Two: Bob Dylan and Edgar Allan Poe
Anne Margaret Daniel
Doug Brinkley has called Dylan "our great American poet of drifting, inheriting a baton that was passed from Walt Whitman to Vachel Lindsay to Carl Sandburg to Allen Ginsberg." Brinkley forgot Poe -- poor Poe, the real drifter among the crowd.
Bob Dylan in 2012: Separating the Legend From the Artist
Did people flock to buy copies of his recent album
, which has been praised by most critics, because of its quality or the reputation of Dylan's great back pages?
We're Gonna Need a Smaller Tea Cup
NPR Critic; Author; Emerson College Professor
Bob Dylan's new album
adopts the same downbeat tone he's wielded since winning the Grammy's Album of the Year for
Time Out of Mind
Dave Matthews Band Bigger Than Dylan
Bob Dylan on Voting, Touring, Obama and Being 'Misunderstood'
The man is still a fascinating, confounding read. Although it is likely I'll probably never listen to an entire Dylan album.
Never Let Go: Bob Dylan's Newest Inspired By Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio
Bob Dylan Fans Rejoice: Legendary Singer Sets New Album
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