This chapter considers the curious absence of folklorists in the conversation surrounding Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize in Literature. It discusses Dylan’s complex relationship with the American Folk Revival and, by association, folklore studies. It concludes by considering Dylan’s robust plagiarism within the context of “the folk process.”
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