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Ragnar Granit, Haldan Keffer Hartline, George Wald

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Bob Dylan is eminently worthy of the Nobel Prize in Literature
The Australian
The Nobel Prize in Literature should be awarded to Bob Dylan. Indeed, it should have been conferred a long time ago, for Dylan is indisputably one of the greatest lyrical poets of the age, a supreme master of language who has reinvented his art with ...

1967 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Ragnar Granit, Haldan Keffer Hartline, George Wald News

Nobel Prize in Literature judging process shrouded in mystery
The Australian
Yes, the Nobel Prize in Literature, a guessing-game that makes Cluedo look like a join-the-dots puzzle, is upon us, with the winner to be announced in the first few weeks of October. Here's my first prediction: Australia has a much better chance of ...

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Bob Dylan should freewheel to the Nobel prize
The Times (subscription)
I don't understand how the Nobel committee awards its literature prize. (No one really does: it is one of those dark Nordic mysteries.) But I will criticise nonetheless. The Nobel Prize for Literature should be awarded to Bob Dylan. Indeed, it should ...

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A Wild Nobel Chase: Murakami Haruki and the Elusive Literature Prize
Nippon.com (blog)
Murakami Haruki is listed among the “perennial favorites” for the Nobel Prize in Literature in a Reuters article that also lists US writers Philip Roth and Joyce Carol Oates as front-runners; singer Bob Dylan gets a mention as an outside shot. The ...

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