Geoff Johnson: Bob Dylan’s words are as relevant as ever

It was 1964, and as an undergraduate studying literature at Sydney (New South Wales) University, I was deeply immersed in the poetry of John Donne, Keats, Coleridge, e.e. cummings and Australian poet Judith Wright.

I was certainly not interested in the awkward, self-conscious rhyming couplets of the folk songs of the day.

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