Bob Dylan, who comes to TD Garden on Sunday, has a long history of adapting the work of others — the practice of “intertextuality,” as the Dylanologists and literary critics call it. In recent years he’s faced questions about his appropriation of work from a variety of sources. James Sullivan takes a look at Dylan’s most recent interest in the work of Massachusetts poet John Greenleaf Whittier.
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