Don't Look Back Essay
that has not yet been built. The setting looks modern but hardly urban through the juxtaposition of the old and the new. This is not the glamor and glitz of wealth and celebrity. It displays a down-home gritty realism. If this is the land of the folk, it is ancestral folk with real people, not pop idols.
Dylan himself, though, looks anything but “folk.” He is standing there, with poofish hair, wearing a vest, and holding a stack of placards that look like cue cards, the kind of cards used in