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    This book, first published in 1986, was hailed as the definitive biography of this moody, passionate genius. Shelton was friend, champion, and critic to Dylan, who gave the author unprecedented access to his parents - whom no other journalist has ever interviewed in depth; to his brother, David; to childhood friends, fellow students and friends from Minneapolis, among others. This new edition, published to coincide with Dylan's 70th birthday, restores major parts of Shelton's original manuscript that were previously unpublished, alongside updated footnotes and bibliography, a new selective discography, and a chronology of Dylan's life and career since 1978. Hardcover. 360 pp.
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This book, first published in 1986, was hailed as the definitive biography of this moody, passionate genius. Shelton was friend, champion, and critic to Dylan, who gave the author unprecedented access to his parents - whom no other journalist has ever interviewed in depth; to his brother, David; to childhood friends, fellow students and friends from Minneapolis, among others. This new edition, published to coincide with Dylan's 70th birthday, restores major parts of Shelton's original manuscript that were previously unpublished, alongside updated footnotes and bibliography, a new selective discography, and a chronology of Dylan's life and career since 1978. Hardcover. 360 pp.

NO DIRECTION HOME: THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN - REVISED AND UPDATED EDITION

by Robert Shelton; edited by Elizabeth Thomson & Patrick Humphries Bob Dylan

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This book, first published in 1986, was hailed as the definitive biography of this moody, passionate genius. Shelton was friend, champion, and critic to Dylan, who gave the author unprecedented access to his parents - whom no other journalist has ever interviewed in depth; to his brother, David; to childhood friends, fellow students and friends from Minneapolis, among others. This new edition, published to coincide with Dylan's 70th birthday, restores major parts of Shelton's original manuscript that were previously unpublished, alongside updated footnotes and bibliography, a new selective discography, and a chronology of Dylan's life and career since 1978. Hardcover. 360 pp.
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This book, first published in 1986, was hailed as the definitive biography of this moody, passionate genius. Shelton was friend, champion, and critic to Dylan, who gave the author unprecedented access to his parents - whom no other journalist has ever interviewed in depth; to his brother, David; to childhood friends, fellow students and friends from Minneapolis, among others. This new edition, published to coincide with Dylan's 70th birthday, restores major parts of Shelton's original manuscript that were previously unpublished, alongside updated footnotes and bibliography, a new selective discography, and a chronology of Dylan's life and career since 1978. Hardcover. 360 pp.