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August 10, 2008


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Beautiful. I thought of Dylan as a supreme put-on artist -- and impossible interviewee -- from the time I saw the documentary "Don't Look Back." [Poor Donovan.] And Bob's "Chronicles" -- with his admiration for MacLeish and his Little League aspirations -- confirms and augments that feeling. What I love about the story you tell of his first days in Washington Square Park, observing the happiness of the children, is the echo of Arthur Rimbaud's pleasure in the boys with their toy boats in the Luxembourg Gardens. Thanks, Larry.

Thanks for your comment, David. I appreciate it.


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