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"Love and Theft"

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  1. " generated controversy when some similarities between the album's lyrics to Japanese writer Junichi Saga's book Confessions of a Yakuza were pointed out

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  2. The album continued Dylan's artistic comeback following 1997's Time out of Mind, and was given an even more enthusiastic reception

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  3. the 31st studio album by Bob Dylan, released on 11 September 2001 by Sony BMG

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  4. Though often referred to without quotations, the correct title is "Love and Theft"

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  5. The title of the album was apparently inspired by historian Eric Lott's book, Love & Theft: Blackface Minstrelsy and the American Working Class, which was published in 1993

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