Bob Dylan awarded Nobel Prize for Literature

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Bob Dylan

As the first songwriter to win the Nobel prize for literature, the artist was chosen for his poetic lyrics.  Blowin’ In The Wind and The Times They Are Changing are perhaps two of Dylan’s most famous anthems and examples of his commentary on political, religious and humanitarian issues.  Read why he was considered for the prize in the BBC article published earlier this week.

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