Untold Dylan: “I’ll let you be in my dream if I can be in yours”

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Over 1600 articles on Bob Dylan including reviews of each of the 609 songs that Bob Dylan has written or co-written


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Dylan through the years:

The songs

Dylan song number number 609

Bob Dylan and Cowboy Jesus

Seven Days

The subjects that Dylan wrote about in his songs.  

Untold Dylan on Facebook

It looks like we are growing at a rate of well over 100 members or so a week.  That means we are going to double in size in the next year! Thank you to everyone for supporting our position.  To join, just go onto Facebook and type in “Untold Dylan”

The Indexes

All of our main series of articles are listed with links to the individual articles in the indexes which are shown just below the picture at the top of the page.

And the book…

We’ve published a second extract from Jochen’s remarkable new book  “Desolation Row”: the Ophelia-stanza.   Our first extract Desolation Row (part one): The origins of the title is also still available.    The volume is available in English and in Dutch, both as a paperback and on Kindle.  Details are on the UK Amazon site, or of course on the Amazon site for your country.  Just search for “Desolation Row” by Joch Markhorst.

Would you like to contribute an article to Untold Dylan?

I’m always interested in receiving new ideas and new articles which fit into our remit of providing new insights and thoughts on Dylan.   If you would like to join in, please either send me your idea, or alternatively a whole article as a word file attached to an email.

I regret to say we don’t have the money to pay for articles we publish but you will get a pretty large number of readers and quite likely find your work being discussed in universities and journals on occasion.

To join in just email Tony@schools.co.uk


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