Never 'trust' Dylan . . .
In Present at the Creation, Stuart Ostrow swears that Bob Dylan is 'telling a story' about being invited by Archibald MacLeish:
"Archie's letter said that he'd like to meet with me to discuss the possibility of me composing some songs for a play he was writing . . . ." Baloney. MacLeish never asked Bob Dylan to collaborate on Scratch.Click on the link and read more of Ostrow's account, which is more about how Ostrow invited Dylan to work with them on the play . . .
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