BOB DYLAN'S COMMAND OF METAPHOR
AND OTHER ESSAYS
Written at the height of Bob Dylan's popularity, this book's essays link his metaphors to the poetry of Shakespeare, Blake, Donne, and T.S. Eliot. Literary critics as diverse as Aristotle, Coleridge, Philip Wheelwright, and Northrup Frye concur that the command of metaphor may be the most important gift for a poet to possess.
By Mary Freeman, Independently published (February 2, 2020), paperback, 156 pages. ISBN 979-8607801038