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In response to Dylan's early and late songs (songs of social conscience, of earthly and divine love and of contemplation), this critical appreciation listens to Dylan's genius, to his apprehension of deadly sins and his comprehension of living virtues, all alive in the very words and their rewards.
Christopher Ricks is Professor of the Humanities at Boston University, and the Co-director of the Editorial Institute. He was formerly Professor of English at the universities of Cambridge and Bristol. He edited the standard edition of Tennyson, and the unpublished poems of TS Eliot. His books include Milton's Grand Style and Keats and Embarrassment, He lives in Boston and, during the summer, in Gloucestershire.