TANGLED UP IN BLUE WITH DYLAN AND TRUMP

By Hans Ebert
@hanseberthk

There’s something karmic about Bob Dylan winning the Nobel Prize for Literature at a time when the world- not just America, but the world- is seeing the all-too-sudden emergence of Donald Trump, Presidential candidate.

Once dismissed as a shuck and jive celebrity and dubious businessman who was never going to get far in American politics, he is still very much here while some have disappeared and others are trying to distance themselves from him. He’s taken over centre stage and is enjoying playing the thug, the schoolyard bully, the narcissist, the menace, liar, cheat, and boastful misogynist and mongrel.

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