This long-lost ’60s collaboration between photographer Barry Feinstein and Bob Dylan is a welcome entry into the many-faceted career of the songwriter. Here he puts poetry – much in the vein of his mid-’60s Rimbaud-influenced lyrics – to Feinstein’s images.

The photographs themselves are stark black and white, showing odd, scattered slices of Hollywood, from a Chaplin wax statue to a bottle of Marilyn Monroe’s pills to shots of Gary Cooper’s funeral. It’s a somewhat disjointed collection but retains the curious thrill of uncovering an old scrapbook in your grandparents’ attic.

Grade: A-

Hollywood Foto-Rhetoric: The Lost Manuscript is currently available.