BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, E & F letters:
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EARLY DYLAN -PHOTOGRAPHS BY BARRY FEINSTEIN, DANIEL KRAMER AND JIM MARSHALL
EARLY INTERVIEWS, compiled by Michel Pomarède
EARLY YEARS (THE) (BOB DYLAN) -A MUSICAL PLAY, by Acie
XI OUTLINED EPITAPHS & OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD (BOB DYLAN),
ELLIOTT LANDY, text by Juliette Le Reste.
EMOTIONALLY YOURS, by
WITH BOB DYLAN -IF YOU SEE HIM, SAY HELLO, by Tracy Johnson.
ESCAPING ON THE RUN (BOB DYLAN), by
ESSAYS ON DYLAN -THE LYRICS 1962-1966, by John Hyldgaard.
ESSENTIAL INTERVIEWS (THE), (BOB DYLAN), edited by Jonathan Cott, . (3 editions)
*EUROPEAN BALLADS BETWEEN BOCCACCIO AND BOB DYLAN, by Giordano Dall'Armellina.
EVERY GRAIN OF SAND
, by Ernest-Otto Begerau. (2 editions, 2 variants)
*FACES OF FOLK MUSIC (THE) -PHOTOGRAPHS: DAVID GAHR, TEXT: ROBERT SHELTON
*FAMOUS MINNESOTANS, by Dan Flynn
FIDDLER NOW UPSPOKE (THE), compiled by Dr Filth
(aka John Baldwin). (5 volumes)
*FIVE LEGENDS FIVE GUITARS, by Pam Van Allen
FIVE VOICES OF BOB DYLAN (THE), by Mike Daley.
FLAGGING DOWN THE
“DOUBLE E”, by Alex Russell.
*FLEMISH PAINTING: FROM BOSH TO RUBENS, by Jacques Lassaigne. (Related book)
*FOLK, by Christopher Handyside
*FOLK CITY -NEW YORK AND THE AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC REVIVAL, by Stephen Petrus and Ronald D. Cohen
GENIUS OF HIS GENERATION (THE) (BOB DYLAN)
FOLK-ROCK: THE BOB DYLAN STORY -WITH 16 PAGES OF EXCITING PHOTOGRAPHS by Sy and
Barbara Ribakove. (2 editions)
*FOOLED INTO THINKING -DYLAN, THE SIXTIES AND THE END OF THE WORLD, by Henry Sturcke.
YOUNG, text by Bob Dylan, illustrations by Paul Rogers.
FOREVER YOUNG -PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN, by Douglas R Gilbert & Dave Marsh. (2 editions, 1 pre-publication cover)
FORGET ABOUT TODAY, by Jon Friedman.
FORMATIVE DYLAN (THE) -TRANSMISSION AND STYLISTIC INFLUENCES, 1961-1963, by Todd
FOUR PAGES FROM RENALDO & CLARA, by Jos Den Hartog.
FOUR VOICES OF BOB DYLAN (THE) -LISTENING TO DYLAN'S VOCAL PERFORMANCES, 1960-66, by Mike Daley. This is the correct title of THE FIVE VOICES OF BOB DYLAN
FOX WARFIELD EXPERIENCE (THE) -DYLAN BUSY BEING BORN, 1979-1981, by John Dinnage.
TIME (A) -A MEMOIR OF GREENWICH VILLAGE IN THE SIXTIES,
by Suze Rotolo. (5 editions, 1 untrimmed pre-publication printing)
FREQUENTLY BOB DYLAN
-VOLUME 1 OF THE COLLECTED WICKED MESSENGERS, by Ian Woodward
FRIENDS & OTHERS STRANGERS -BOB DYLAN IN
OTHER PEOPLE'S WORDS, by Stewart Bicker.
FROM A HARD RAIN TO A SLOW TRAIN (BOB DYLAN), by Tim Dowley
& Barry Dunnage. Same as STUDIES IN MODERN MUSIC (BOB DYLAN).(2 editions, 2 different titles)
FROM TOWN TO TOWN -BOB DYLAN'S 1994
CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith