James Rovira

"Every thing that lives is holy…"

Errata: Rock and Romanticism, Lexington Books

This page lists errata in Rock and Romanticism: Blake, Wordsworth, and Rock from Dylan to U2 that were not caught in time to be rectified in the first printing. We hope to make these corrections in subsequent printings. If you see any other errors, please email jamesrovira@gmail.com. Thank you.

p. 102: “A Song for Adam” should be “Song for Adam”
p. 105, last paragraph: “Don’t You Want to be There” is from The Naked Ride Home
p. 114: “Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey,” The word “Composed” should be “Written.”
p. 123 n.24: Same change.
p. 137: “Ultimately, the album looks beyond the narrowness of the “One Horse Town” from Little Piece of Dixie and….” The album name should be The Whippoorwill.
p. 170 in the Wordsworth entry, about halfway down, correct “Tintern Abbey” title as indicated above. Remove the duplicate “Tintern Abbey” entry below it — the two should be combined in the upper entry.
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