* DYLAN & COHEN, by David Boucher
For many members of their generation, Dylan and Cohen were able to articulate what they were feeling and could not express: anti-establishement anger, angst, and despondency. DYLAN & COHEN is a fascinating political, psychological and artistic profile of these two iconic writers and performers. With reference to both biographical details and lyrics. David Boucher explores their similarities and differences, tracing the development of religious political, and social themes in their work and the ways in which those ideas engaged a new audience.
The book has been translated into Spanish (Mexico), and Polish.
- POETS OF ROCK AND ROLL, Continuum 2004, New York City, London, paperback, 263 pages. ISBN 0-8264-5981-1