'From wordplay and pronunciation in the chapter ''And the Language That He Used, '' to the influence of education, politics, religion and the judicial system upon Dylan in 'Bob Dylan's Prairie Populism, ' it might be said there's something for everyone amid these 303 pages.'--,
David Pichaske is Professor of English at Southwest Minnesota State University. He is the author of many books, several related to rural literature and themes, including Rooted: Six Midwest Writers of Place. He has published on a range of subjects from rock music and American culture to T.S. Eliot and Chaucer. A three-time Fulbright Lecturer to Central Europe and Outer Mongolia, Pichaske is the author of Poland in Transition: 1989-1991. As editor of Spoon River Poetry Press, Pichaske has published Leo Dangel, Bill Holm, Norbert Blei, Linda Hasselstrom, Bill Kloefkorn, and Dave Etter, among significant rural writers. He first published on Dylan in 1972.
Foreword Introduction: Bob Dylan and the Midwest 1. Dylan's Songs of the North Country 2. "And the Language That He Used" 3. Bob Dylan and the Pastoral Tradition 4. Going Out / Coming Back 5. Bob Dylan's Prairie Populism 6. The Prophet and His Mission 7. "Ain't Talkin" - A Postscript Works Cited Index.
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