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Dylan's Prize

I shared a bedroom with Bob Dylan – my sister had a poster of him on our bedroom wall.

I can still recite many of the words to ‘Blowin’ in the Wind,’ ‘Lay Lady Lay’ and ‘Like A Rolling Stone.’  However, the announcement that he has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature pulled me up short. 358 more words



 Last Tuesday night, my friend and I went to see Bob Dylan at the Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Friend Bob has been a Dylan fan since age 18 or so when he heard his first Dylan song; he doesn’t exactly say it changed his life—but close. 444 more words


South Africa’s solution is “Blowin’ in the Wind”

A STIRRING consequence of Bob Dylan winning the Nobel Prize for literature is the reminder that turbulent times may produce great poets who express rage and dreams so lyrically that they lift the soul, as Dylan did with his words and music. 730 more words

Bob Dylan wins nobel prize, internet wins no-chill prize.

Posted by Salomé Ferraris

This article is about Bob Dylan, the famous American singer who has won the Nobel Prize in literature. It’s the first time ever that a songwriter wins this prize ( usually it’s given to novelists ). 65 more words


Literature Nobel Prize 2016 goes to...

Bob Dylan is the recipient of the 2016 Nobel prize for literature for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”.

(Even if you do not read this article further, try to listen Bob Dylan’s Song –  209 more words


Under The Harvest Moon

Early in 1964 the then 22-year-old Bob Dylan and some friends decided to go on a road trip, and so they all piled into a new Ford station wagon. 1,122 more words