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Here Comes The Story Of The Hurricane

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Bob Dylan writes about a true story in “Hurricane.” This is the story of Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter. He was a middleweight boxer who was wrongfully convicted of three murders. He spent 19 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Three people were shot in a barroom. Carter and a young boy ....

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....He was the first rock and roll singer to ever receive this award. Gregory Peck who also received the award in 1991 gave the award. Peck described Dylan as the “Heart of Americans,” “the Rock of Ages,” “ a Man of Music,” and “a Poet Teller of Tales.” Dylan was a 1960’s folk singer who led anti-war lyrics. His social relevant lyrics into rock influenced the Beetles. He is described as the most influenced songwriter of the 20th century. Dylan was the only rock and roll singer to be invited to....
Number of words: 442 Approximate pages: 2

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