BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, A letter:
English is the third most spoken native language in the world, after Standard Chinese and Spanish. It is the most widely learned second language and is either the official language or one of the official languages in almost 60 sovereign states. English is the most commonly spoken language in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand, and it is widely spoken in some areas of the Caribbean, Africa and South Asia. It is a co-official language of the United Nations, the European Union and many other world and regional international organisations. It is the most widely spoken Germanic language, accounting for at least 70% of speakers of this Indo-European branch.
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A.J. WEBERMAN, DYLANOLOGIST, by John Roberts, 1995, 110 pages, A4.
same, alternate colour.
ABSOLUTELY DYLAN -AN ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHY, by Patrick Humphries & John
Bauldie, Viking Studio Books 1991, 240 pages (US version of OH NO! NOT ANOTHER
BOB DYLAN BOOK)
ACOUSTIC BOB DYLAN (THE) -HIS MUSIC STYLES AND GUITAR
TECHNIQUES, by Joel S. Gilbert, Happy Dog Books 1990, 140 pages
AIN'T GONNA HANG NO PIXEL -AN ARTIST STOPS PAINTING WITH PAINT, by Kevin Slattery, self published, no date; 10 pages, paperback (lulu.com)
ALIAS ANYTHING YOU PLEASE (BOB DYLAN), by Ty Silkman, Rex Collections, Reynolds & Hearn Ltd 2008, hardcover 176 pages. 978-1-905287-50-5
same, softcover, 176 pages. 978-1-905287-83-3
same, Titan Books, London 2011, hardcover with dustjacket, 176 pages. ISBN 978-0-857685568
ALIAS BOB DYLAN, by Stephen Scobie, Red Deer
College Press 1991, 192 pages
ALIAS BOB DYLAN REVISITED, by Stephen Scobie, Red Deer College Press 2002, 256 pages
ALL ACROSS THE TELEGRAPH -A BOB DYLAN HANDBOOK,
by Michael Gray and John Bauldie, Sidgwick and Jackson 1987, 290 pages, hardback
same, Futura 1988, UK
BECAUSE HIS FACE WAS BROWN..." -ASPECTS OF RACISM IN BOB DYLAN'S
EARLY LYRICS, by Tobias Gabel, Scholary Paper, Grin Verlag 2005,
Munich; stapled, 14 pages
same, alternate cover.
ALL THE SONGS (BOB DYLAN) -THE STORY BEHIND EVERY TRACK, by Philippe Margotin and Jean-Michel Guesdon, Black Dog & Leventhal October 2015, 704 pages.
same, pre-publication cover (digital picture only, no real existence).
ALL THE WAY DOWN TO ITALY -BOB DYLAN IN ITALY 1963-1991, by Paolo
Vites, Rolling Thunder Production, Italy 1992, 65 pages. Rolling Thunder is the name of an Italian fanzine.
ALL THE WAY DOWN TO ITALY -BOB DYLAN IN ITALY 1963-1992, by Paolo Vites, Rolling Thunder Production, Italy, 2nd edition, 1993.
ALL THESE PEOPLE -100 CHARACTERS WHO INSPIRED BOB DYLAN TO CREATE HIS COLORFUL SONGS, by Jan Joos & Ivan Brackin, Boekscout 2012, 321 pages, paperback
ALWAYS OTHER VOICES -WRITINGS ON BOB DYLAN IN THE 21st CENTURY, by Stephen Scobie, June 2018, 214 pages.
AMBIGUITY AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN BOB DYLAN'S 'LIKE A ROLLING STONE', by Felix Kästner, Grin
Verlag 2015, 10
*AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC, Stern Edition 1989, West Germany, 108 pages. This book (around 40 pages about Bob Dylan) was included in the first 1000 copies of a 5 Lp boxed set, called 'American Folk Music'. One of the Lps of the set was The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.
POPULAR MUSIC -FOLK, by Richard Carlin, Checkmark Books 2007,
*AND A VOICE TO SING WITH -HER OWN STORY, by
Joan Baez, Arrow Books 1989, 497 pages, softcover. ISBN 0-09-960600-3
*AND A VOICE TO SING WITH -A MEMOIR, by
Joan Baez, Summit Books 1989, 378 pages, hardcover. ISBN-10: 0671400622, ISBN-13: 9780671400620
*AND A VOICE TO SING WITH, -A MEMOIR, by
Joan Baez, Simon & Schuster 2009, 400 pages. ISBN-10 1439169640, ISBN-13: 978-1439169643
AND FORGET MY
NAME -A SPECULATIVE BIOGRAPHY OF BOB DYLAN, by Stephen Scobie, Ekstasis Editions
1999, 78 pages
ANDY WARHOL'S "SUPERSTAR" EDIE SEGDWICK, THE TRUE HEROINE OF BOB DYLAN'S "BLONDE ON BLONDE"?, by Margarete Suppes. GRIN Verlag, Germany 2015; 16 pages, softcover. ISBN 978-3-656-984511.
ANOTHER SIDE OF BOB DYLAN -A PERSONAL HISTORY ON THE ROAD AND OFF THE TRACKS, by Victor Maymudes, co-written and edited by Jacob Maymudes, St. Martin's Press 9 September 2014, 288 pages. ISBN 978-1-250-05530-9
same, 'Advanced Reading Copy' (printed on front cover) in paperback format, 2014, 288 pages. Colour photograph insert not included.
same, St. Martin's Press, December 2014, 288 pages, softcover. International Edition, ISBN 978-1-250-07377-8.
same, St. Martin's Griffin, November 2015, 288 pages, softcover, USA. ISBN 978-1-250-07562-8
IS BLOWIN' IN THE WIND (THE) -A BOB DYLAN LYRIC QUIZ, by John Fabian, FotoFabini 2008,
softcover, 100 pages
*ARE YOU READY FOR THE COUNTRY -ELVIS, DYLAN, PARSONS AND THE ROOTS OF
COUNTRY ROCK, by Peter Doggett, Penguin books 2001, 576 pages
Penguin Books 2002, 562 pages
THE WORLD -BOB DYLAN'S 2008 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John
Wraith, Two Riders 2009, 56 pages
*ARTISTS OF AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC, William Morrow, New York, 1986, A4 size, paperback, 159 pages (a chapter about Dylan). ISBN 0-688-05916-3 
AS REVIEWED BY BOB DYLAN -YONDER COMES SIN, by Dr. A.T. Bradford, Templehouse-Publishing 2015, London. 590 pages, softcover. This book was 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, Isis 2014, 80 pages.
ASTROLOGY AND NUMEROLOGY, by
Geoffrey Saxby, Desolation Row Promotions 1997, 64 pages.