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Describe your desk. Dylan's efforts to reinvent himself by many different means. He was invited by Archibald MacLeish to collaborate on a play -- a play that wound up closing on its third day.
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He kept on writing songs, "but they weren't the kind where you hear an awful roaring in your head," he says. A wooden leg factory was one possibility. He took a new numerological approach to live performances -- and here, briefly, the book turns strange. It's also difficult to believe in the revived creative energy that he attained in a song that rhymes "breeze" with "cheese. Those interested in the roots of Mr. Dylan's music will have a field day tracking down this book's arcane references -- Darby and Tarleton's recording of "Way Down in Florida on a Hog," to name but one.
He is at his most comfortable discussing favorite songs, and eventually he also warms up to the subject of favorite women. She is a fixture in the folksinger's Eden, from which Mr. Dylan is being ejected as this book reaches its cliffhanger finale. Meanwhile, like it or not, the Old Him is back under the microscope.
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And while this is no time for Mr. Dylan to write his own epitaph, still, he has done it: "Some people seem to fade away but then when they are truly gone, it's like they didn't fade away at all. It was , not A caption with the continuation of the article misidentified the event in Newport, R. Dylan and Joan Baez performed in Please upgrade your browser.
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