Debanjali Roy1 & Tanmoy Putatunda2
1, 2Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Adamas University. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Received March 9, 2017; Revised on June 17, Accepted June 17, 2017; Published June 28, 2017.
The phenomenon called Robert Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan has always intrigued and fascinated the world for decades. The amorphous nature of his musical journey makes it difficult to map and define his career as an artist. Nonetheless, it’s been a while that academia has embraced Dylan and a number of books and research articles have since made their foray to analyse and appreciate a myriad career that has spanned across more than five decades. Through an overall study of Dylan’s musical oeuvre, this paper attempts to trace the diverse, fractured self that lies beneath the mask of the pop-icon.
Keywords: music, songs, self, enlightenment, postmodern, faith, protest.