Published By: Cambridge University Press
Date of Publication: 06/05/2021
Pagination: 370 pages, Worked examples or Exercises
Readership: Tertiary Education (US: College)
Dimensions in mm: 160 x 236 x 29
Weight in grams: 658
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Description: The World of Bob Dylan aims at a wide audience looking to gain a deeper familiarity with the art and legacy of one of the world's most influential artists. Carefully integrated essays offer a lively and accessible look at topics that include song writing, civil rights, literature, law, and more.
Bob Dylan has helped transform music, literature, pop culture, and even politics.
The World of Bob Dylan chronicles a lifetime of creative invention that has made a global impact.
Leading rock and pop critics and music scholars address themes and topics central to Dylan's life and work: the Blues, his religious faith, Civil Rights, Gender, Race, and American and World literature.
Incorporating a rich array of new archival material from never before accessed archives, The World of Bob Dylan offers a comprehensive, uniquely informed and wholly fresh account of the songwriter, artist, filmmaker, and Nobel Laureate whose unique voice has permanently reshaped our cultural landscape.