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Tarantula

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2005

    diffrent

    This book is bob dylan. Wierd, comical and strange as you read this book you can almost hear mr.dylan singing the words.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2004

    Tarantula: weird City & wierd Galaxy

    This was finally released aroun' 1971 and is a collection of prose poems - items valued often just as much just for sound as for literal meaning. Dylan should still be proud of this up to this very day - it has sight and also insight, visions and images you could feel even tomorry, mate.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2001

    One star is too many

    This is positively the most ridiculous excuse for a 'book' that I have ever seen. It has no coherence whatsoever, and there is no reason to expect communication can come from this. I would receive more inspiration from meditating all thoughts from my mind than from looking at this trash. I hope this doesn't distract those disaffected from ordering books from you, but I forget, they probably don't have credit cards anyway.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2000

    perfectly dylan & picturesque like a dream

    this conjures up so many images you think you must be inside the mind of bob dylan when you read it. this is a good thing, don't worry. this is truly beautiful & perfectly perfect for a dylan lover (like meself) or a poet who likes free verse or a deep thinker or an ex-beat or anyone you think deserves such a masterpiece. my favorites are the last one & the one about the boy in the tree & marxism. I swear, in the last poem, i think he knows me. p.s.: you know, i read this in about two days it was so good, but i still carry it around with me wherever i go, & it inspired me to write poetry which i now do. p.p.s.: in short, it was really really good.

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