Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Dylan recognizes the Nobel prize – Expressen

Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize in literature – but dissed, huh? both the award ceremony and the nobel Banquet.

Now the beloved musician, poet and author, however, admitted the price on their site.

In October, was awarded Bob Dylan the Nobel prize in literature. It was the start of a long serial that has continued under the fall, where it was speculated whether Bob Dylan would accept the prize and attend the nobel Banquet.

Bob Dylan himself has been very coy about the price. In the fall, was published a short text on Bob Dylan’s site where the Nobel prize was mentioned. The message was quickly removed.

READ MORE: the nobel Foundation announcement after Dylan’s diss

And in the weekend shone with the Bob Dylan with his absence both during the award ceremony and the nobel Banquet.

But now recognize Bob Dylan finally the price on their site. Where has he put up the acceptance speech that Horace Engdahl had the honor to read up on during the nobel Banquet.

At the weekend it was also clear that the Swedish poet, writer and musician in spite of everything come to Sweden. In april will give the 2016 winner of the nobel prize in literature in three concerts in Sweden.

"We look forward to three great certain concert nights when the in april with Bob Dylan," writes konsertarrangören Live Nation in a press release.

Bob Dylan is playing in Sweden in april next year. The new nobel Laureate in literature, will play in Stockholm on 1 and 2 april. He then gives a concert in Lund, Sparbanken Skåne Arena.

READ MORE: Bob Dylan’s secret plan for Nobel prize

Bob Dylan was awarded the 2016 nobel Prize in literature, for having “created a new poetic expression in the great american song tradition”, according to the Swedish Academy, the justification.

” He embodies the repertoire, the great song tradition in the united states. He renews itself by breaking down these elements and regenerate itself. It is as a literary metabolism at the very highest level, Sara Danius, the Swedish Academy’s permanent secretary, said to Expressen.


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