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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2007

    Bob Dylan, the Folk writer

    The Bob Dylan Chronicles, the Autobiography/Biography of Bob Dylan's career as a musician. The writing of this book was about Bob Dylan's journey to becoming the success that he is today. Bob started off as a simple boy living with his family nothing much other then doing chores and being a normal kid. Ever since bob was a child his teachers would say that he was an artist. When Bob was old enough to live on his own he moved to New York City to start a new life in pursuit of his musical talent. This book describes the struggle from being nobody to the struggles of being an idol, with every movement carefully watched and judged. There were many messages and themes in this book, the majority of which were geared towards philosophical. The main message of the book is to continue to strive for your dreams, and the harder you try the closer you get to making that dream a reality. Things I liked about the book were when Bob would tell stories about the history of the time he was living in. Bob would describe what songs were being produced, who was popular, and then even political issues of the time. I didn¿t like how the book jumped around from time to time, it was hard to follow where things were, and Bob did go off on a lot of tangents. Someone should read this book if they are interested in music, and the history of Bob Dylan, the book describes how he came to be, and who is. I would recommend The Life of Bob Marley, Johnny Cash the Autobiography, and basically any other autobiography. My overall rating of this book would be a 7 out of 10, the book was pretty decent but it didn¿t really grab the reader well.

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