Prophecy in the Christian Era: A Study of Bob Dylan's Work from 1961 to 1967, Emphasizing His Use of Enigma to Teach Ethics, and Comparing Him to Dante Alighieri and Other Poets

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Peaceberry Press of Webster Groves, 2005 - Prophecy - 250 pages
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Prophet of the Peace Movement
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