BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, A letter:
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A.J. WEBERMAN, DYLANOLOGIST, by John Roberts. (2 variants)
ABSOLUTELY DYLAN - AN ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHY, by Patrick Humphries & John
Bauldie, (US version of OH NO! NOT ANOTHER
BOB DYLAN BOOK).
ACOUSTIC BOB DYLAN (THE) - HIS MUSIC STYLES AND GUITAR
TECHNIQUES, by Joel S. Gilbert.
AIN'T GONNA HANG NO PIXEL, by Kevin Slattery.
ALIAS ANYTHING YOU PLEASE (BOB DYLAN), by Ty Silkman
ALIAS BOB DYLAN, by Stephen Scobie.
ALIAS BOB DYLAN REVISITED, by Stephen Scobie.
ALL ACROSS THE TELEGRAPH - A BOB DYLAN HANDBOOK,
by Michael Gray and John Bauldie. (2 editions)
BECAUSE HIS FACE WAS BROWN..." - ASPECTS OF RACISM IN BOB DYLAN'S
EARLY LYRICS, by Tobias Gabel,
ALL THE SONGS (BOB DYLAN), by Philippe Margotin and Jean-Michel Guesdon. (With pre-publication cover and James Brockman binding)
ALL THE WAY DOWN TO ITALY - BOB DYLAN IN ITALY 1963-1991, by Paolo
Vites. (2 editions)
ALL THESE PEOPLE, by Jan Joos & Ivan Brackin
ALWAYS OTHER VOICES - WRITINGS ON BOB DYLAN IN THE 21st CENTURY, by Stephen Scobie.
AMBIGUITY AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN BOB DYLAN'S 'LIKE A ROLLING STONE',
POP, by David Dachs
POPULAR MUSIC - FOLK, by Richard Carlin
* AND A VOICE TO SING WITH, by
AND FORGET MY
NAME - A SPECULATIVE BIOGRAPHY OF BOB DYLAN, by Stephen Scobie,
ANDY WARHOL'S "SUPERSTAR" EDIE SEGDWICK, THE TRUE HEROINE OF BOB DYLAN'S "BLONDE ON BLONDE"?, by Margarete Suppes.
ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN , by Victor Maymudes. (3 editions, 1 advanced reading copy copy)
IS BLOWIN' IN THE WIND (THE) - A BOB DYLAN LYRIC QUIZ, by John Fabian
* ARE YOU READY FOR THE COUNTRY, by Peter Doggett. (2 editions)
THE WORLD - BOB DYLAN'S 2008 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John
* ARTISTS OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC, by William Morrow
AS REVIEWED BY BOB DYLAN - YONDER COMES SIN, by Dr. A.T. Bradford. Already published in 2011 under the title OUT OF THE DARK WOODS - DYLAN, DEPRESSION
AS THE ISLAND SLOWLY SANK - BOB DYLAN & THE ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVALS, by Derek Barker.
ASTROLOGY AND NUMEROLOGY, by