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July 12, 2008

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Have you seen the new edition of my 1971 book about Bob, "Positively Main Street"?

If not, check Amazon or Expectingrain.com for details.

As Greil Marcus says on its jacket, "Toby Thompson was there first."

For readers who don't know, Toby Thompson's book was a remarkable account of his journey to Hibbing to discover how the town and its people influenced Dylan. I recall when I first read it I was struck by the unique and interesting style. Greil Marcus was characteristically correct.

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