Table of contents for Bruce Springsteen and philosophy / edited by Randall E. Auxier and Doug Anderson.

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"I Got this Guitar and I Learned How to Make It Talk"
	RANDALL E. AUXIER AND DOUG ANDERSON
I The Ride It Ain't Free (and I'm No Hero)	
1. Prophets and Profits: Poets, Preachers and Pragmatists
	RANDALL E. AUXIER	
2. Who's the Boss? Springsteen on the Alienation and Salvation of Work and Labor
	STEVEN MICHELS
3. They Play Guitars All Night and All Day: On the Ethics of Encores
	STEVEN GIMBEL
4. Where Were You Born, Bruce Springsteen, and What Does It Matter?
	JOHN SHOOK
5. On the Cover of the Rolling Stone: Revolution in the U.S.A.
	DOUG ANDERSON AND RUSSELL ANDERSON	
II Mary's Dress Waves
6. Blinded by the Subterranean Homesick Muse: The Poet as Virtuous and Virtuoso
	RANDALL E. AUXIER
7. Racing in the Street: Freedom, Feminism, and Collateral Damage
	DOUG ANDERSON
8. An Everlasting Kiss: The Seduction of Wendy
	RANDALL E. AUXIER
III It's a Town Full of Losers (and Maybe We Ain't that Young Anymore)	
9. Driving with Springsteen into the Darkness at the Edge of the World
	JAMES COUCH	
10. Thunder Road
	GARY L. HERSTEIN	
11. Everything Dies: Facing Fatalism in 'Atlantic City'
	JOHN JACOB KAAG
12. Living on the Edge: A Reason to Believe
	ERIN MCKENNA AND SCOTT PRATT
13. Living in 'My Hometown': Local Philosophies for Troubled Times
	HEATHER E. KEITH
14. Bruce Springsteen or Philosophy
	MICHAEL VENTIMIGLIA	
IV These Two Lanes Will Take Us Anywhere	
15. Straight Time: Images of Oppression
	LUKE DICK	
16. Whatever You Say, Boss or What the Thunder Road Said
	MICHAEL F. PATTON, JR.
17. A Little of that Human Touch: Knowledge and Empathy in the Music of Bruce 
Springsteen
	SCOTT CALEF	
18. Socrates the Sculptor, Springsteen the Poet: Philosophy and Art Against the Tyrants
	JASON M. BELL AND JESSICA BELL
19. Elvis, 57 Channels, and a .44 Magnum: A Cross-Section of Springsteen's Imagination
	RANDALL E. AUXIER		
V Hey, What Else Can We Do Now?	
Proper Names in Springsteen Lyrics		
Hey. That's Me	
Index		

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Springsteen, Bruce -- Criticism and interpretation.
Rock music -- United States -- History and criticism.
Music and philosophy.