BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, J & K letters:
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RACE AND POPULAR MUSIC, by Jon Stratton, Ashgate Pub Co 2009,
210 pages, hardcover
JEWELS & BINOCULARS, by Phil Bowen,
Stride/Westwords 1993, 92 pages
JEWHOOING THE SIXTIES -AMERICAN CELEBRITY AND JEWISH IDENTITY, by David E. Kaufman, Breindeis 2012, 360 pages, hardback and paperback with the same cover.
JOAN BAEZ & BOB DYLAN, probably mid 60s, this rare item measures 8.5" x 11". The writing and pictures are all pink. There is an advertising page inside the front cover and on the back page and in the middle of the item. The first half is a biography and photos about Joan Baez and the back pages are about Bob Dylan with a biography and photos. 14 pages counting front and back cover. (information eBay seller) 
JOKERMAN -READING THE LYRICS OF BOB DYLAN,
by Aidan Day, Basil Blackwell 1988, hardback. ISBN 0-631-15873-1
same, Basil Blackwell 1989, 193 pages, softcover, ISBN 0-631-17245-9
JOKERMEN & THIEVES -BOB DYLAN AND THE BALLAD
TRADITION, by Nick De Somogyi, Wanted Man 1986, 42 pages
JUDAS! -FROM FOREST HILLS TO THE FREE TRADE HALL -A HISTORICAL VIEW OF THE BIG BOO, by Clinton Heylin, Route Publishing 2016, UK, 304 pages. ISBN 978-1901927-68-9
JUDAS! -FROM FOREST HILLS TO THE FREE TRADE HALL -A HISTORICAL VIEW OF THE BIG BOO, by Clinton Heylin, Lesser Gods, USA, 2017, 304 pages. ISBN 978-1-944713-30-0
JUST A PERSONAL TENDENCY, by Dave
Percival, X-asity 1986, 168 pages
JUST LIKE BOB ZIMMERMAN'S BLUES -DYLAN IN
MINNESOTA, by Dave Engel, River City Memoirs-Mesabi 1997, 220 pages .
KEEP THE FUCK OUTA MY GODDAM GARBAGE!!,
by A. J. Weberman, A3, 22 pages
*KEEPING TIME -THE UNSEEN ARCHIVE OF COLUMBIA RECORDS -THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF DON HUNSTEIN, text by Jon Pareles, edited by Leo Sacks, foreword by Art Garfunkel, Insight 2013, 224 pages
*KENSINGTON GARDENS, by Rodrigo Fresán, Translated by Natasha Wimmer, Faber and Faber 2005, London. Large stiff cards in dust wrapper, 415 pages.
same, 2006 revised edition, ISBN 978-0571222810
KEY IS IN THE TITLE (THE) (BOB DYLAN) -OR SOME OTHER KIND
OF STORIES, by Lars Hols, G.O.R. Productions 1996, 48 pages
TO THE RAIN -THE DEFINITIVE BOB DYLAN ENCYCLOPEDIA, by Oliver
Trager, Billboard Books 2004, 724 pages. ISBN 0-8230-7974-0
same, 126 pages. Unedited portion, “For sales purposes only”, softcover. ISBN 0-8230-7974-0
KIDZER KIDS MEET BOB DYLAN (THE), by Eva Emily Ellis, illustrations by Ali Firat Birbeci, Kidzter 2017, 80 pages, softcover. ISBN 978-0-9915-9864-9
KNOCKED OUT LOADED, Hobo Press, Germany. Lyrics of the album.
KNOCKIN' ON DYLAN'S DOOR -ON THE ROAD IN '74 ,
Pocket Books, Rolling Stone NY 1974, 137 pages
Canadian edition. Same inside as the US edition, including the "Printed in the U.S.A." on page 4, but the cover has the
maple leaf on the front and "Printed in Canada" on the back. Looks
like the book's
inside was printed in the USA and stuck inside a Canadian cover. (Information
London 1975, 137 pages, hardback, with different photos