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Bob Dylan contains multitudes: Walt Whitman as Dylan's muse on "Murder Most Foul"

10 mins | May 23, 2020
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The singer's affinity for the American Renaissance is almost a trademark of his work. Throughout his career, Dylan has borrowed from many great American writers. This time, it's Walt Whitman's turn. English professor, Scott Peeples, analyses the influences of the 19th-century writer on the Nobel prize winner newest song.
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