Court Carney, Fragments: Time Out of Mind Sessions
Nathan Schmidt, 21st-Century Dylan: Late and Timely
Matthew King, Bob Dylan’s New York
Evan Sennett, Whole World in an Uproar
Harold Lepidus, World of Bob Dylan
Justin Hamm, “If you say he’s serious”
Rebecca Slaman, “Come Writers and Critics”
Erin C. Callahan, “Popular Art as Resistance in The Philosophy of Modern Song”
Court Carney, “Bob Dylan and the Zeitgeist of the Discontent”
Jim Salvucci, “The Philosopher’s Nostalgic Dilemma in The Philosophy of Modern Song”
Graley Herren, “Foster & Poe in Dylan’s ‘Nelly Was a Lady’ Chapter”
Harrison Hewitt, “Bob Dylan is the Funniest Person Alive”
Christine Hand Jones, “The Political Rhetoric of Dolly Parton and Bob Dylan”
Jeffrey S. Lamp, “Can Bob Dylan Help Us (Re-)Read the Bible?”
Stevan M. Weine, “Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg in Witness”
Christopher Mitchell, “The Menippean Satire of Bob Dylan”
Jon Lasser, “Dylan’s Bidirectional European Influences”
Owen Boynton, “Dylan’s Indeterminate Enjambments”
Bernard Wills, “I and I”
Paul Haney, “‘Blood on Your Saddle’: Bob Dylan’s Homicidal Voices”
Raphael Falco, “‘Ekphrasis and Possible Gaze in Dylan’s Lyrics”
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