Author: Bob Dylan
Page Count/Review Word Count: 137
Bob Dylan, a poet – who knew? The people’s folk singer has been described as a poet by literally thousands of different people across the years, but this exciting piece of work is much more experimental than the simple rhythm of his lyrics. You can sense the influence of Allen Ginsberg and his fellow beat authors, as well as what I can only assume was a sizable handful of hallucinogenics.
In all honesty, if I’d read this without knowing it was Dylan, I would’ve enjoyed it. It might not be for everyone, but if you’re already in to poetry and you’re a fan of Dylan’s music then you’d be mad to pass on this. Enjoy the insight in to his mind.