Bob Dylan’s Performance Artistry

Oral Tradition Volume 22, Number 1March 2007


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Oral Tradition Volume 22, Number 1 Articles

Pdf_iconIntroduction
by Catharine Mason, Richard Thomas
Pdf_iconDylan and the Nobel
by Gordon Ball
Pdf_iconThe Streets of Rome: The Classical Dylan
by Richard Thomas
Pdf_iconA Face like a Mask and a Voice that Croaks: An Integrated Poetics of Bob Dylan’s Voice, Personae, and Lyrics
by Christophe Lebold
Pdf_iconLiving, Breathing Songs: Singing Along with Bob Dylan
by Keith Negus
Pdf_iconVocal Performance and Speech Intonation: Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone”
by Michael Daley
Pdf_iconNever Quite Sung in this Fashion Before: Bob Dylan’s “Man of Constant Sorrow”
by Todd Harvey
Pdf_icon“‘Sólo Soy Un Guitarrista’: Bob Dylan in the Spanish-Speaking World—Influences, Parallels, Reception, and Translation”
by Christopher Rollason
Pdf_iconAmerindian Roots of Bob Dylan’s Poetry
by Emmanuel Désveaux
Pdf_iconBob Dylan, the Ordinary Star
by Laure Bouquerel
Pdf_iconA Semantic and Syntactic Journey Through the Dylan Corpus
by Jean-Charles Khalifa
Pdf_iconNothing’s Been Changed, Except the Words: Some Faithful Attempts at Covering Bob Dylan Songs in French
by Nicolas Froeliger
Pdf_icon“The Low Hum in Syllables and Meters”: Blues Poetics in Bob Dylan’s Verbal Art
by Catharine Mason

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