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The winner of the Nobel Prize, Chronicles is a memoir written by one of the most excellent musicians. This book gives a detailed look into the musician’s life and the 1960s Greenwich Village. When the musician first arrives in New York City, he knows that this city is the city of dreams. The book is a collection of his life as a musician, his literary awakenings which are once in a while distorted with brilliant memories.
What makes this book stand out?
The musician outdid himself with this work, he surely had a way with words.
Read it for
The musician had a way with words, which makes the reader connect to the story.
Don't read it for
The book, titled as volume 1, is a collection of the influence of folk music on his music. The author even writes the book backward.