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Article: Bob Dylan's Blues: The Destruction of the "True Love" Myth
Dr. William E. King

The first chaper of the moderator's dissertation on Bob Dylan's lyrics as poetry

Ricks discusses his book for the New York Times, including excepts from the songs.

Bob Dylan's Official Site

The official site has all Dylan's lyrics organized by title and by album, as well as information about performances, chat, and merchandise.

Expecting Rain

One of the pioneer sites on the Web dealing with Bob Dylan, Dylan's influences, lyrics, records and the latest concert reviews. Updated daily.

Bob Links

Dedicated to providing Bob Dylan concert information and links to other Bob Dylan related sites.

Masked and Anonymous

For those who want to reconsider the latest Dylan film, here's a place to start, including a review by the poet laureate of England.

Article: Dialing for Dylan
Gina Arnold

Dylan has been nominated for the Nobel Prize for literature for several years. At first it seemed a stretch, but the distance seems to be narrowing.

Article: Moderator's review of two Dylan biographies
Dr. William E. King

The moderator reviews Howard Sounes' Down the Highway: The Life of Bob Dylan and David Hajdu's Positively 4th Street: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina. This review was originally published in The Denver Post.

Article: Moderator's review of Christopher Ricks' Dylan's Visions of Sin
Dr. William E. King

This review was originally published in The Denver Post.

Review: Book tribute to Bob Dylan

A review of 'Do You, Mr Jones?' Bob Dylan with the Poets and Professors, a collection of essays. Interesting new book with several academic perspectives.

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