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February 02, 2009


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thanks, fine. though not thorough ;)

I don't think that wrestling with God is central to Dylan's work at all. I would be more inclined to say he wrestles with false gods, with himself and with ghosts ("I'm not there" in body.

Dylan's is the search for God in the seemingly profane.

Hey Lawrence

This writing is fantastic - imaginative, challenging and so perceptive. By far the best stuff I've seen on Dylan on the intewrnet. Please keep posting these!

I will definitely put a link to you on my blog which has lots of detailed writing on new Dylan material

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