Dylan's Daemon Lover

by Clinton Heylin

Dylan's Daemon Lover

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Written as a literary detective story, 'Dylan's Daemon Lover' is about the ancient folk ballads, strewn with sex, betrayal and death, that Dylan described in 1997 as my lexicon and my prayer-book'. Written by an acclaimed Dylan expert and the author of 'Dylan Behind Closed Doors,' the book involves and embraces characters as diverse as Robert Graves, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns, and Scotland's legendary thirteenth century seer Thomas of Erceldoune (aka Thomas the Rhymer) in its analysis of traditional music and its influence on Dylan.'
About the book

Written as a literary detective story, 'Dylan's Daemon Lover' is about the ancient folk ballads, strewn with sex, betrayal and death, that Dylan described in 1997 as my lexicon and my prayer-book'. Written by an acclaimed Dylan expert and the author of 'Dylan Behind Closed Doors,' the book involves and embraces characters as diverse as Robert Graves, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns, and Scotland's legendary thirteenth century seer Thomas of Erceldoune (aka Thomas the Rhymer) in its analysis of traditional music and its influence on Dylan.'