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For The New Yorker, a reply to Maureen Dowd’s attack on Bob Dylan’s performances in China here.
Posted on Monday, April 11th, 2011 at 3:23 am. Filed under: Blog, Uncategorized RSS 2.0 feed.
I could barely stomach Maureen Dowd’s column of 4/10/11. I hope that you disavow the reference to you that she made in the column because it is she who is frozen in aspic, not Dylan. From the front lines of her office in the New York Times, Dowd resorts to the tiresome and lazy tactic of uninformed Dylan criticism. People have been attempting this for nearly 50 years without success–don’t you think they’d get it by now?
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