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"Dylan, like Williams, Whitman, and others of their poetic, patriotic ilk, sucks the marrow from America, gnaws on its bones and slurps—not so much concerned with decorum but getting the flavors—the grease stains on his sleeves, the gristle stuck in his teeth, evidence of the contact." Buzz Poole • The Millions

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