Chronicles: Volume One (Chronicles) by Bob Dylan Paperback Book

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Rent Chronicles: Volume One (Chronicles)

Author: Bob Dylan

Narrator: Sean Penn

Format: Abridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Published: Oct 2004

Genre: Biography & Autobiography - General

Retail Price: $29.95

Synopsis

[F]labbergasting....[T]he Sphinx holds forth with what is, to put it mildly, atypical frankness....This book recaptures its author's first stirrings of creativity with amazing urgency. Mr. Dylan is fully present in re-experiencing the dawn of his songwriting career....And he is just as vital about the sensations of his later years....[L]ucid without being linear, swirling through time without losing its strong storytelling thread....[t]he author's literary opinions are riveting....CHRONICLES: VOLUME ONE leaves much to be said in future installments, and much good reason to look forward to them.

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