Fotorretorica de Hollywood : El manuscrito Perdido

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Format: Trade Book
Pub. Date: 2009-09-01
Publisher(s): Global Rhythm Press
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The most recent find from Bob Dylan's archive is a collection of poems, of whose survival Dylan was completely unaware. These 23 poems complement and illustrate the photojournalistic portrait that Barry Feinstein offers us of the decadent Hollywood of the early 1960s. La mas reciente exhumacion del archivo de Bob Dylan tiene forma de poemario, de cuya supervivencia, dicho sea de paso, Dylan no tenia ni la mas remota idea. Esta es una coleccion de 23 poemas que acompanan y dan vida al retrato que, a modo de reportaje fotografico, nos lega Barry Feinstein sobre el Hollywood decadente de principios de los anos sesenta.

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Bob Dylan (n. Duluth, Minnesota, Estados Unidos; 24 de mayo de 1941), nacido como Robert Allen Zimmerman, es un músico, cantante y poeta estadounidense. Ha sido, durante cinco décadas, una de las mayores figuras en la música popular, siendo considerado un

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