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Alex GreenEncounters with Bob Dylan is a great concept, carried out with a perfect balance of reverence and genuine enthusiasm endemic only to ardent fans. Complimenting the text are twenty-four illustrations, more than half of them previously unpublished photos of Dylan that tell as much about him as the text does. Although Dylan is never interviewed, and only spoken of, the cumulative effect of these fifty observational accounts brings into focus a man who is normally enigmatic and impossible to pin down. The Dylan you could only know if knew him purely by accident is the Dylan that emerges, and he is positively weird, cool, and fascinating.