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Synopsis: Although I have several beefs with Bob but I have to admit that Dylan is America's greatest Anti-Communist Poet. Take this verse from It's Alright Ma:
"While one who sings with his tongue on fire" while those who speak out against the Soviet regime in no uncertain terms; Eleven Outlined Epitaphs 1964, "with melodies of Yevtushenko" Yevtushenko, through his poetry, was the first voice to speak out against Stalinism. Yevtushenko became one of the best known poets of the 1950s and 1960s in the Soviet Union. "Gargles in the rat race choir" refuses to be part of the culture of informing on others. Some Other Kinds of Songs 1964, "you tell me about politics / this that / you speak of rats" "Bent out of shape from society's pliers" Yevtushenko's maternal grandfather had been a Red Army officer during the Russian Revolution and the Civil War but both of Yevtushenko's grandfathers were arrested as 'enemies of the people' in 1937 during Stalin's purges. "Cares not to come up any higher" Yevtushenko was kicked out of the Soviet Literary Institute for individualism "But rather get you down in the hole / That he's in" but he would rather get you in a deep and isolated place of confinement; a dungeon. Yevtushenko was confined to the Soviet Union "But I mean no harm nor put fault" sarcastic; I would like to kill the Communists who bare the blame for the persecution this poet "On anyone that lives in a vault" on anyone that lives in a country where you have to get an exit visa from the Government to get out of, a vast minimum security prison known as The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. "But it's alright, Ma, if I can't please him" but who cares if I can't fulfill the will and desire of the Communists; 'May it please the court.'
You may hate my guts but as fate would have it I know Bob Dylan like I know the back of my hand!
From the Author:
Another example of Dylan's anti-Commie poetry - Maggies Farm
"I ain't gonna work for Maggie's pa no more" the Soviet Union, the father of Communism, "Well, he puts his cigar" his puts his insubstantial, unreal, propaganda pushing Civil Rights "Out in your face" out in the White race's midst "just for kicks" just to cause trouble, so he can get his version of kicks "His bedroom window" but his sexual moirés, "bedroom" as sexually suggestive; 'a bedroom comedy' as dictated by the Communist Party of the USSR "It is made out of bricks" bars inter-racial marriage as the White Russian race must be preserved, it's sexual policies are dictated by Party stalwarts, "brick" a reliable person. The Days of '49 1970 "Whatever the pitch they never would flinch, they never would fret or whine / Like good old bricks they stood the kicks in the days of '49" "The National Guard stands around his door" and that makes the Communists no different than Southern racists. Alabama Gov. George Wallace stood at the door of Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama in a symbolic attempt to block two Black students from enrolling at the school. They were escorted inside by members of the federalized National Guard.
Buy this book. I need the money. I dont have money for dog food for my Pug. Forget AJ Weberman and focus on Bob Dylan.
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