Bob Dylan books In English language, E & F letters:
EARLY DYLAN -PHOTOGRAPHS BY BARRY FEINSTEIN, DANIEL KRAMER AND JIM MARSHALL
-FOREWORD BY ARLO GUTHRIE, UK, Pavilion Books 1999, hardcover with dustjacket, 96 pages. ISBN 1-86205-395-2.
same, USA, Bullfinch Press Book 1999, hardcover, 96 pages. ISBN 0-8212-2534-0
same, softcover, 2005. ISBN 0-8212-5756-0.
book Slipcase same, "THE LIMITED EDITION", Genesis Publication Ltd 1999, 250 copies made. Hardback with slipcase. Full black leather with images of Bob Dylan blocked in white foil on the front and back boards, and the book title blocked in white on the
spine. Slipcase covered in black buckram silk-screened in white.
EARLY INTERVIEWS, compiled by Michel Pomarède,
1990 France, 106 pages (very private publication: one copy!)
EARLY YEARS (THE) (BOB DYLAN) -A MUSICAL PLAY, by Acie
Cargill, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States 2015, paperback, 48 pages.
XI OUTLINED EPITAPHS & OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD (BOB DYLAN),
Aloes Seloa, 48 pages
ELLIOT LANDY, text by Juliette Le Reste. Collection YellowKorner Portfolio #10, YellowKorner 2013, Paris. 40 pages
WITH BOB DYLAN -IF YOU SEE HIM, SAY HELLO, by Tracy Johnson, Humble Press 2000,
Humble Press, San
Francisco, paperback, March 2000. Publisher’s proof: 'Bound Galley's Publication: March 2000' printed on the cover. 176 pages
ESCAPING ON THE RUN (BOB DYLAN), by
Aidan Day, Wanted Man 1984, 34 pages
ESSAYS ON DYLAN -THE LYRICS 1962-1966, by John Hyldgaard, Independently published (14 May 2017), 138 pages. ISBN 978-1521293775.
ESSENTIAL INTERVIEWS (THE), (BOB DYLAN), edited by Jonathan Cott, Wenner Books 2006, USA, 445 pages, hardcover. Published in the UK by Hodder & Stoughton as DYLAN ON DYLAN. ISBN: 1-932958-09-6.
same, softcover, ISBN: 1-932958-62-2
same, Simon & Schuster 2017, hardback, 544 pages. ISBN 9781501173196.
*EUROPEAN BALLADS BETWEEN BOCCACCIO AND BOB DYLAN -EUROPEAN PEOPLES THROUGH COMMON ROOTS IN FOLKLORE, by Giordano Dall'Armellina, Book Time 2013, 287 pages, includes a .mp3 CD with 81 ballads 
EVERY GRAIN OF SAND
-PERFORMANCES & TAPES with updates & upgrades May 1990 , by Ernest-Otto Begerau, private
publication May 1990, paper cover 94 pages
EVERY GRAIN OF SAND -PERFORMANCES & TAPES -UPDATES & UPGRADES, MAY 1990; 28 pages
same, alternate colour.
*FACES OF FOLK MUSIC (THE) -PHOTOGRAPHS: DAVID GAHR, TEXT: ROBERT SHELTON,
Citadel Press 1968, 372 pages, hardback
*FAMOUS MINNESOTANS -PERSONALITIES AND CELEBRITIES BORN IN MINNESOTA, by Dan Flynn, Nodin
Press 2005, 137 pages, paperback
FIDDLER NOW UPSPOKE (THE) -VOLUME 1, A COLLECTION
OF BOB DYLAN INTERVIEWS AND PRESS CONFERENCES, compiled by Dr Filth
(aka John Baldwin), 300 pages
same, VOLUME 2.
same, VOLUME 3.
same, VOLUME 4.
same, VOLUME 5.
FIVE VOICES OF BOB DYLAN (THE)
-LISTENING TO DYLAN'S VOCAL PERFORMANCES 1960-66, by Mike Daley, Hamilton,
Ontario, 2002, 295 pages. There is a big typo on the cover:
the real title of the book is THE FOUR VOICES OF BOB DYLAN.
Was sold over the Internet only.
FLAGGING DOWN THE
“DOUBLE E” -(DYLAN, WITH ALLUSIONS), by Alex Russell. Richie Roberts Publisher, NYC June 1983. Distributed in the UK by Hot Wax Archives. 24 pages.
*FLEMISH PAINTING: FROM BOSH TO RUBENS, by Jacques Lassaigne, Albert Skira publication 1958 (Genève, Switzerland), hard cover with dust jacket, 204 pages. There is also an edition with the text in French, called LA PEINTURE FLAMANDE: DE BOSH A RUBENS.
This collection of Flemish painters with text by Jacques Lassaigne is of course not a 'Dylan book'. Nevertheless it is -at least by its cover- well known by Bob Dylan fans, as this is the book that Bob holds on the famous Jerry Schatzberg photography (1965) used for the front cover of the UK 1967 first compilation LP 'Bob Dylan Greatest Hits'. It is to be noted that the photo of the LP is reversed: it seems to show the back cover of the book, while this is actually the front, (the back cover is white).
The picture of the front cover is a detail of 'L'Adoration Des Mages', painted by Pierre-Paul Rubens in 1624.
For real completists only (or/and painting lovers). 
*FOLK CITY -NEW YORK AND THE AMERICAN FOLK MUSIC REVIVAL, by Stephen Petrus and Ronald D. Cohen, foreword by Peter Yarrow, "Folk City is lavishly illustrated with images collected for the accompanying major exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York in 2015". OUP USA 2015,
hardcover, 320 pages
GENIUS OF HIS GENERATION (THE) (BOB DYLAN), Valex (Blackpool), UK, 12 pages
FOLK-ROCK: THE BOB DYLAN STORY -WITH 16 PAGES OF EXCITING PHOTOGRAPHS -"The first! The one and only", by Sy and
Barbara Ribakove, Dell Publishing 1966, 124 pages.
same, Canadian edition. The rear cover says "printed in U.S.A.",
the inside page says 'Printed in Canada. It looks like the book's inside was printed in Canada and
stuck inside the American cover.
(information Ian Woodward)
*FOOLED INTO THINKING -DYLAN, THE SIXTIES AND THE END OF THE WORLD, by Sturcke, hardcover 224 pages, publisher Henry Sturcke (1 April 2017). ISBN-10: 3033061389 ISBN-13: 978-3033061385
YOUNG, text by Bob Dylan, illustrations by Paul Rogers, Ginee Sio Books/Atheneum Books
for Young Readers, New York 2008, 40 pages,
Hardcover with dustjacket.
same, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing/Atheneum, (Australia)
FOREVER YOUNG -PHOTOGRAPHS OF BOB DYLAN, by Douglas R Gilbert & Dave Marsh,
Da Capo Press 2005, hardcover, 208 pages
same, softcover, 160 pages.
same, pre-publication cover (digital picture only, no real existence).
FORGET ABOUT TODAY -BOB DYLAN'S GENIUS FOR (RE)INVENTION, SHUNNING THE NAYSAYERS, AND CREATING A PERSONAL REVOLUTION, by Jon Friedman, Perigee Trade Aug 2012, 240 pages, paperback
same, advance uncorrected proof
FORMATIVE DYLAN (THE) -TRANSMISSION AND STYLISTIC INFLUENCES, 1961-1963, by Todd
Harvey, Scarecrow Press Inc., 2001, USA, 210 pages, HARDCOVER
FOUR PAGES FROM RENALDO & CLARA, by Jos Den Hartog, 4 pages
FOUR VOICES OF BOB DYLAN (THE) -LISTENING TO DYLAN'S VOCAL PERFORMANCES, 1960-66, by
Mike Daley, 2002, sold over the Internet only. See
above: THE FIVE VOICES OF BOB DYLAN
FOX WARFIELD EXPERIENCE (THE) -DYLAN BUSY BEING BORN, 1979-1981, by John Dinnage, Black Mountain Press (California) 1983, limited edition, hardback.
TIME (A) -A MEMOIR OF GREENWICH VILLAGE IN THE SIXTIES,
by Suze Rotolo, Broadway 2008, 384 pages. Hardcover, ISBN 978-0-7679-2687-4
same, softcover, ”Bound Galley Not for sale”. ISBN 978-0-7679-2687-4
same, Thorndike Press , Large Print, 2008, 517 pages, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-4104-0846-4
Aurum Press Ltd 2008, 371 pages, hardcover. ISBN 978-1-84513-392-4
Aurum Press Ltd 2009, 371 pages, paperback. ISBN 978-1-84513-443-3
same, Broadway Books, New
York 2009, 370 pages, paperback. ISBN 978-0-7679-2688-1
FREQUENTLY BOB DYLAN
-VOLUME 1 OF THE COLLECTED WICKED MESSENGERS , by Ian Woodward, Hobo Press
1982. First 30 issues of The Wicked Messenger, plus a few pages of
(photocopied) photos; one version was printed on white paper, another one on
red paper (information Ian Woodward).
FRIENDS & OTHERS STRANGERS -BOB DYLAN IN
OTHER PEOPLE'S WORDS, by Stewart Bicker, 1985, 46 pages
FRIENDS AND OTHER STRANGERS: BOB DYLAN EXAMINED, by Harold Lepidus, Oakamoor Publishing 2017, ISBN-10: 1910773409 ISBN-13: 978-1910773406
FROM A HARD RAIN TO A SLOW TRAIN (BOB DYLAN), by Tim Dowley
& Barry Dunnage, Midas Books 1982, first published in USA 1982 by Hippocrene Books
Inc., 177 pages, hardback. This book is notable for the particularity of having 2 different titles, each one with the same text inside: FROM A HARD RAIN TO A SLOW TRAIN (BOB DYLAN) and STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH (BOB DYLAN) (below).
same, titled STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH (BOB DYLAN) on the cover, same text inside. Paperback, Omnibus Press 1983, 177
FROM TOWN TO TOWN -BOB DYLAN'S 1994
CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith, Wanted Man 1995, 54 pages