speaking of bob dylan, i think i just found the source for the tag-line of 'shelter from the storm' ('come in, she said, i'll give you shelter from the storm'). it is in pindar, isthmian 7, lines 37-39: 'but now poseidon has bestowed on me tranquillity from the storm'. who knew dylan read pindar? i mean, i guess i should have assumed he loved ancient choral lyric as much as the next guy, but to be honest, i wouldn't have guessed his penchants for our dear boeotian. do you think he likes hesiod, too? i could definitely see him digging the old man. and, now that i think about it, i could definitely see bob road-tripping to boeotia and then throwing a reference about it into one of his songs--sort of like his mention of ashtabula.