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ULTIMATE MUSIC GUIDE (THE), Mook (3 issues)
UNDER THE RE(A)D SKY, by Stephen Scobie
UNDERSTANDING BOB DYLAN, by Tony Beck.
* UNPREPARED TO DIE, by Paul Slade.
UNRAVELLED TALES OF BOB DYLAN (THE), by Douglas Brinkley.
Untitled, 1981 cuttings.
UNUSUAL AND OBSCURE, by David Icke.
* US - THE PAPERBACK MAGAZINE, with a long article by Toby Thompson
HEADSTONE ALMOST IN PLACE (A), by Ray Stavrou
VISIONS OF JOHANNA, by Stephen Scobie,.
VISITING BOB - POEMS INSPIRED BY THE LIFE AND WORK OF BOB DYLAN, edited by Thom Tammaro and Alan Davis.
VITA GRAPH FOR BOB DYLAN AT SIXTY, by Gavin Selerie.
VOICE FROM ON HIGH (A), by Phil Mason.
VOICE WITHOUT RESTRAINT, by John Herdman. (3 editions and an publisher's proof))
WALK THE HARD ROAD - BOB DYLAN'S 2006 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
* WALL OF FAME (THE), by Henry Goldrich and Holly Goldrich Schoenfeld.
WANDERER BY TRADE (A) - GENDER IN THE SONGS OF BOB DYLAN, by Patrick Webster.
WANTED MAN - IN SEARCH OF BOB DYLAN, by John
Bauldie. (3 editions)
WAREHOUSE EYES - THE ALBUMS OF BOB DYLAN 1962-2005 by Peter
WATCHIN' THE ROADS - BOB DYLAN'S 2002 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
WATCHING THE RIVER FLOW, by Paul Williams. (2 editions)
* WAY DOWN , by Jerry Scheff
ARE THE WORLD , by David Breskin.
WHAT THE SONGS MEAN (BOB DYLAN), by Michael Karwowski
* WEE ROCK DISCOGRAPHY (THE) , by M.C. Strong
WHAAAT? - THE ORIGINAL PLAYBOY INTERVIEW 1965
WHAT'S REAL AND WHAT IS NOT , by Terry Alexander Gans. (3 variants)
WHEN BOB MET WOODY, by Gary Golio and Marc Burckhardt.
* WHITE GODDESS (THE), by Robert Graves. (Indirect Dylan connection).
IS BOB DYLAN?, by Jim O'Connor. (3 editions)
WHO IS THAT MAN? , by David
Dalton. (5 editions and a pre-publication cover with another title) )
WHO'S GONNA GO TO HELL FOR ANYBODY? (BOB DYLAN-), by Lee
Anderson Right'Stone (2 variants).
WHY BOB DYLAN MATTERS, by Richard F. Thomas. (2 editions and 1 uncorrected proof). This book is titled WHY DYLAN MATTERS in its UK edition.
WHY BOB DYLAN WON THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERATURE, by Aaron Lefkovitz.
WHY DYLAN MATTERS, by Richard F. Thomas, (2 editions). This book is titled WHY BOB DYLAN MATTERS in its US edition.
WICKED MESSENGER - BOB DYLAN AND THE 1960s, by Mike Marqusee.
* WINTER HARVEST, by Shems Friedlander.
WIT AND WISDOM (THE) (BOB DYLAN), by Peter Jennings.
WITH GOD ON OUR SIDE - EXPLANATION OF THE POEM
WOMAN AND TWO MEN (A) by Robert Forryan.
* WOODSTOCK VISION, by Bob Landy. (3 editions)
* WOODY ALLEN, BOB DYLAN AND ME, by Julius Kunley
* WOODY GUTHRIE - THE TRIBUTE CONCERTS. Bear Family Records 2017. Included in the 3-CD set.
WORDS FILL MY HEAD, Bobcats International.
WORLD OF BOB DYLAN (THE).
WRITING DYLAN - THE SONGS OF A LONESOME TRAVELER, by Larry David Smith.
* WRITING GORDON LIGHTFOOT - THE MAN, THE MUSIC AND THE WORLD IN
1972, by Dave Bidini.
WRITINGS AND DRAWINGS BY BOB DYLAN.(12 editions)
* WRITTEN IN MY SOUL, by Bill Flanagan.
YEAR AND A DAY (A), (BOB DYLAN), by Daniel Kramer. (3 editions)
* YESTERDAY'S PAPERS by Alan Stroud
CALLED AND I CAME - BOB DYLAN'S 2004 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
YOUNG BOB - JOHN COHEN'S EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN.
YOUNGER NOW: BOB DYLAN'S CHANGING WORLD AND VISION, by Carolyn Jane Bliss.
THAN THAT NOW - THE COLLECTED INTERVIEWS WITH BOB DYLAN, by Jim Ellison.
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