The Poetry of Bob Dylan

April 27, 2011 · 0 comments

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Bob Dylan is regarded as one of the best lyricists of the 20th century. In this lecture, Professor Christopher Ricks discusses the poetry of Bob Dylan, “All Because of the Color of his Skin” as part of Jepson School of Leadership Studies Folk Music and Protest Thought class. Professor Ricks is the William M. and Sara B. Warren Professor of the Humanities at Boston University, and co-director of the Editorial Institute. He has been professor of English at Bristol and at Cambridge universities in the United Kingdom, and was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford in 2004. He is widely known both for his critical studies and for his editorial work and is also the author of the acclaimed Dylan’s Visions of Sin.

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