Tarantula Paperback – 31 Oct 2004
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Praise for Chronicles Volume 1:
‘Takes its place next to “On The Road “…as an essential record of an American artist’s manifest destiny.’ Observer
'Like discovering the lost diaries of Shakespeare… Maybe the most extraordinarily intimate autobiography by a 20th-century legend.' Daily Telegraph
'There are enough bizarre and entertaining snippets of information sprinkled throughout to fascinate the most jaded Dylan obsessive.' Independent
'Entertaining and surprisingly deprecating…“Chronicles Volume ” is tautly written, vividly cinematic, and funny'. Financial Times--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Bob Dylanis one of the most celebrated songwriters and performers of all time. He has released thirty-six studio albums, which collectively have sold over 120 million copies around the world. He has been awarded the French Legion of Honor, a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country s highest civilian honor. His memoir, "Chronicles: Volume One", spent a year on the"New York Times"bestseller list.
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I come to this now with a long since developed wider appreciation of the "beat" poets which preceded Dylan. So I perceive the intentions herein to be more akin to, say, Ginsberg, than what was happening in the music scene of 1966. Viewed from that perspective I "get it".
I recommend reading out loud, repeatedly.
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O.k., I know this is a plug for myself but I would recommend my Crash Course on Reading Tarantula (Revised Edition); the final fruit of years of toil, labour and passion! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Robin Witting
Bob Dylan, a poet – who knew? The people’s folk singer has been described as a poet by literally thousands of different people across the years, but this exciting piece of work is... Read morePublished on 23 April 2014 by SocialBookshelves.com
Difficult to read due to Dylan's style of not using standard metres in hi poetry, but once you have made the leap to blank verse the writing is rich and thought provokingPublished on 26 Sept. 2013 by Ms. J. K. Harkin