The Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan

first publication date:  2009-02-19
original title:  The Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan
original language:  English
main subject:  Bob Dylan

The Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan is a book published in 2009 by Cambridge University Press intended to analyze the work of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. It is the fourth book of Cambridge Companion to American Studies. This book is edited by Kevin J. Dettmar and contains seventeen essays, each written by a different person. The whole book is divided in two sections. The first one ("Perspectives"), containing nine essays, attempts to describe different sides of Dylan's work. The next section ("Landmark Albums") describes eight landmark Dylan albums. The collection includes contributions from Michael Denning, David Yaffe, Anthony DeCurtis, Alan Light, R. Clifton Spargo, novelist Jonathan Lethem and musician Carrie Brownstein. Source: Wikipedia (en)


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