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Talkin’ John Birch Paranoid/ Society Blues 

Dylan’s use of imagery… Does it help him protest? Dylan uses a personal and conversational tone in order to convey a direct message to the readers to portray his own experiences with the communists as he plays a role as a member of the John Birch Society. This allows...

Like A Rolling Stone

The song “Like a Rolling Stone” by Bob Dylan uses a variety of techniques such as figurative language and imagery as well as symbolism to portray the issues faced in society primarily pertaining to the idea of inequality in society as well as the idea of coming of age...

CAS Reflection on well-being

CAS is a multitude of different activities and services and includes the taking up new interests and hobbies made mandatory to improve our skills and open us up to new adventures. Each aspect of CAS contributes individually to the well-being of an individual, however...

The Times They Are-A Changin’ – Bob Dylan

In the first verse, Dylan uses the idea of water to show how time is running out for the citizens of America and how the volume of water is gradually rising. He emphasizes if people don’t adapt to this change in their environments and the rising water it is possible...