'People complaining about his Nobel either don't understand or it's just a case of sour grapes'
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It took more than two weeks for the US folk icon to accept the award
Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature for his lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power, so it is no surprise that certain poets, including Allen Ginsberg and Walt Whitman, inspired the great singer-songwriter
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Dylan had been criticised as ‘arrogant’ for not responding to his award
Bob Dylan is being taken to task for his silence after he was announced the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, but as Alan Franks writes, the impact of his work cannot be denied – and his aplomb here is just part of the package
The singer-songwriter's remained completely silent
I’ve tried to find Dylan godly, really tried, but to the unloving ear he sounds like a man with a bronchial infection arduously describing his favourite commute
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Some might sneer at a singer-songwriter winning the Nobel Prize for Literature, but with a back catalogue that not only charts the struggle for civil rights in the US, but deals with the many afflictions of modern life, Dylan is the perfect choice
The 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature winner
He is the first American winner in 23 years
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