New York NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Inc, 2017.
Book — xvii, 200 pages ; 24 cm
Dedication Preface Acknowledgments Table of Contents Dylan
1965 Introduction Chapter One: Return to Me: Bringing It All Back Home Chapter Two: Rebel Without a Cause II: Highway
61 Revisited Chapter Three: Reflections on Self-Reflections: Blonde on Blonde Chapter Four: Fire Down Below: The Basement Tapes Chapter Five: Confessions of a Cowboy Angel: John Wesley Harding Epilogue Endnotes Bibliography Permission Acknowledgments Index.
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Many critics have interpreted Bob Dylan's lyrics, especially those composed during the middle to late 1960s, in the contexts of their relation to American folk, blues, and rock `n' roll precedents; their discographical details and concert performances; their social, political and cultural relevance; and/or their status for discussion as "poems." Dylan's Autobiography of a Vocation instead focuses on how all of Dylan's 1965-1967 songs manifest traces of his ongoing, internal "autobiography" in which he continually declares and questions his relation to a self-determined existential summons. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Carbondale, Ill. : Southern Illinois University Press, c1996.
Book — liii, 149 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
This collection brings together Sarah Orne Jewett's fiction in the context of American literary multiculturalism and introduces her work into the corpus of the American short story. (source: Nielsen Book Data)