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Ed Siegel

A noble failure in grasping Dylan

By Ed Siegel
December 4, 2007

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PERHAPS THE most intriguing aspect of "I'm Not There," Todd Haynes's movie about Bob Dylan, is that it couldn't have been made about any other musical artist. Others have changed musical styles with as much regularity as Dylan - Miles Davis and John Lennon come to mind (not to mention Igor Stravinsky). But nobody has actually changed personas the way ... (Full article: 759 words)

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