BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, N letter:
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NEVER-ENDING QUARREL (A) - BOB DYLAN AND SOCIETY, Seminar paper.
* NEVER SAY NO TO A ROCK STAR, by Glenn Berger.
NEW BARD FOR A NEW GENERATION (A): BOB DYLAN IN THE EARLY 1960s, by Pelin Savtak.
* NEW JERSEY FOLK REVIVAL MUSIC - HISTORY & TRADITION, by Michael C. Gabriele.
NEW WAVY GRAVY, by Raymond Pettibon.
NIGHT AFTER NIGHT - BOB DYLAN'S 2012 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill and John Wraith.
NIGHTINGALE CODE (THE) - BOB DYLAN'S SHOT OF LOVE, A VISUAL RESPONSE, by John S. Cumming.
NIGHTINGALE'S CODE (THE) - A POETIC STUDY OF BOB DYLAN, by John
* NIGHTS IN WIGHT SATIN, by Brian Hinton.
* 1963, THE YEAR OF THE REVOLUTION , by Robin Morgan and Ariel Leve.
* 1989 - BOB DYLAN DIDN'T HAVE THIS TO SING ABOUT, by J. Clover.
NO DIRECTION HOME: THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN,
by Robert Shelton. (9 editions)
NO ONE ELSE COULD PLAY THAT TUNE, by Clynton Heylin.
NOBEL LECTURE (THE), by Bob Dylan.
NOTHING BUT MYSTERY (BOB DYLAN), by Colin Waters.
NOTHING TO TURN OFF - THE FILMS AND VIDEO OF BOB DYLAN, by