BOB DYLAN BOOKS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE, T letter:
English is the third most spoken native language in the world, after Standard Chinese and Spanish. It is the most widely learned second language and is either the official language or one of the official languages in almost 60 sovereign states. English is the most commonly spoken language in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand, and it is widely spoken in some areas of the Caribbean, Africa and South Asia. It is a co-official language of the United Nations, the European Union and many other world and regional international organisations. It is the most widely spoken Germanic language, accounting for at least 70% of speakers of this Indo-European branch.
English is spoken or understood by over 1 500 000 000 people in the world.
Map of the languages of the world.
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TO THE ROAD -BOB DYLAN'S 1997 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill and John Wraith.
TALKIN' BOB DYLAN…..,
Pink Elephant Production
TALKIN' BOB DYLAN…..(1984)
TALKIN' BOB DYLAN 1984 & 1985 -(SOME EDUCATED
RAP), by Stewart P.Bicker.
TANGLED UP IN TAPES -A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE OF TAPE
RECORDINGS OF BOB DYLAN, by Glen Dundas
TANGLED UP IN THE BIBLE -BOB DYLAN &
SCRIPTURE, by Michael J. Gilmour.
TANGLED UP IN TUNES -BALLAD OF A DYLANHEAD, by Howard F. Weiner.
TARANTULA, by Bob
Dylan. Bootleg and official publications.
TARANTULA IN ME (THE) -BEHIND BOB DYLAN'S NOVEL,
by Craig Karpel.
by Mikael Ekström.
TARANTULA: THE FALCON'S MOUTHBOOK, by Robin Witting.
TEARING THE WORLD APART, by Nina Goss and Eric Hoffman.
IN FLAMES (BOB DYLAN), by Georg Stein.
TEMPTATION?, by Lee Andersen Right'Stone.
*TESTIMONY, by Robbie Robertson.
*TEXTS AND DRUGS AND ROCK'N'ROLL -THE BEATS AND ROCK CULTURE, by Simon Warner.
THAT THIN, WILD MERCURY SOUND, by Daryl Sanders.
THERE, I SAID IT -BOB DYLAN IS OVERRATED by Joshua Shelow.
THERE'S A NEW DAY AT DAWN -A ROUGH GUIDE TO STREET
LEGAL, by Robin Witting.
THIN WILD MERCURY, TOUCHING DYLAN'S EDGE, by Jerry Schatzberg.
*33 REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE -A HISTORY OF PROTEST SONGS, by Dorian Lynskey.
THIS WASN'T WRITTEN IN TIN PAN ALLEY, by Dave
*THREE SONGS, THREE SINGERS, THREE NATIONS, by Greil Marcus.
TIME OUT OF MIND -THE LIVES OF BOB DYLAN, by Ian Bell.
TIME PASSES SLOWLY -PHOTOGRAPHS AND MORE. Included in ANOTHER SELF PORTRAIT, THE BOOTLEG SERIES VOL.10
TO LIVE OUTSIDE THE LAW -A GUIDE TO BOB DYLAN
BOOTLEGS, by Clinton Heylin.
TOGETHER THROUGH LIFE -A PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH THE MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN, by Chris Morris.
TOO MUCH OF NOTHING, by Derek Barker.
TOUCHED BY THE HAND OF BOB , by Dave Henderson.
TOUR 1974 (BOB DYLAN), by Stephen Pickering./p>
TOURS ('74-'81) (BOB DYLAN), by Dick Verschuur.
TRANSMISSIONS, by Jeff Perkins.
TRAVELING WILBURYS (THE), Genesis Publications
TREASURES OF BOB DYLAN , by Brian Southall,
TROUBADOUR -EARLY & LATE SONGS OF
BOB DYLAN, by Andrew Muir.
TROUBLE IN MIND -BOB DYLAN'S GOSPEL YEARS -WHAT REALLY HAPPENED, by Clinton Heylin.
TO GET TO HEAVEN -POEMS ABOUT, TO, & INSPIRED BY BOB DYLAN,
by Glenn W. Cooper
*TURN IT UP -I CAN'T HEAR THE WORDS, by Bob Sarlin.
20/20 OCTOBER 10 1985, ABC News
TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF RECORDING (TO QUOTE A PHRASE)
-BOB DYLAN SHOWS, by Clinton Heylin.
TWENTY POUNDS OF HEADLINES -AN INTERNATIONAL BOB DYLAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, by Hanns-Peter Bushoff.
TWENTY YEARS OF
RECORDING -THE BOB DYLAN REFERENCE BOOK, by Michael Krogsgaard.