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63 Times a Very Excited Bruce Springsteen Used ALL CAPS in His Memoir

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Slate: Brow Beat

This article originally appeared in Vulture. Most grammar dictionaries warn against the overuse of capital letters, but Bruce Springsteen, in rhetoric as in music, has always done things his way. In his memoir, Born to Run, he deplo...

63 Times a Very Excited Bruce Springsteen Used ALL CAPS in His Memoir

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

Most grammar dictionaries warn against the overuse of capital letters, but Bruce Springsteen, in rhetoric as in music, has always done things his way. In his memoir, Born to Run, he deploys all caps more than 70 times. This enthusia...

C&L's Late Nite Music Club With 'The Boss' Bruce Springsteen

US Politics / Liberal : Crooks and Liars

Genre: Rock and Roll Title: Born to Run Artist: Bruce Springsteen Born to Run Artist: Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen performed the entire Born to Run album in England last night in tribute to James Gandolfini, the Sopranos star...

Playlist: The Songs Bruce Springsteen References in Born to Run

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Vulture

As expected, Bruce Springsteen's new autobiography, Born to Run, contains chapters that explore the creative process behind nearly every one of the author's 18 studio albums. And though each reader will have his or her own feelings ...

Nonfiction: Richard Ford Reviews Bruce Springsteen’s Memoir

Entertainment / Books : NYTimes: Books

In “Born to Run,” Bruce Springsteen writes with a Jersey plainspeak that’s deftly detailed and intimate with its readers.

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