Under fire for awarding the Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan, the Swedish Academy came out swinging at Saturday’s ceremony with a spirited defense of the man and his music.
Chris Francescani is a freelance reporter in New York who covers law enforcement and surveillance issues and occasionally writes about music. His work has appeared in New York, the New York Times, the New York Post, and Reuters, among others.
In a rambling, comprehensive and surprisingly biting speech, Bob Dylan gave a half-hour speech of a lifetime on Friday. Here’s what he had to say.
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Researchers say they’ve uncovered more than 1,000 items lifted from other authors in Dylan’s ‘Chronicles.’ And that’s just the beginning.