Bob Dylan In America
Sean Wilentz, history professor at Princeton University, explores the historical and cultural influences that according to the author have played a significant role in Bob Dylan’s songwriting career. From Popular Front ideology and the working class anthems of Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger to Civil War era poetry and the Blues artists of the South. Sean Wilentz discussed his book at Barnes & Noble in New York City. close
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