A WANDERER BY TRADE
Many of Bob Dylan's most well-known works date from the 1960s, and can be seen as critical indicators of the changes in American society then and since. This book explores the unthreading of ideas about masculinity, femininity, sexuality, and identity through the lens of some of Dylan's most popular love songs. The author revealingly employs specific aspects of cultural theory to explore the appeal of Bob Dylan's music both now and during the time it was written.
- GENDER IN THE SONGS OF BOB DYLAN, by Patrick Webster, McFarland (December 1, 2018), 250 pages. ISBN 978-1476674094