Like a Rolling Stone
"Like a Rolling Stone" is a 1965 song by American singer Bob Dylan. Like a Rolling Stone is an intense succession of feelings, a provocation to the "miss Lonely", a girl who fell into disgrace and shame after having lived in prosperity and wealth. Moreover, it is Bob Dylan’s liberation: in the spring of 1965, returning from the tour of England (documented in the film "Don't Look Back"), Dylan was unhappy with the public's expectations of him, as well as the direction his career was going, and seriously considered quitting the music business. He wrote many pages about his life and how he was doing: when he finished to write his thoughts down, he decided to arrange a six minutes’ song: “like a Rolling Stone”. Unlike conventional hits of the 60s, the lyrics of "Like a Rolling Stone" were not about love, but expressed anger and a desire for revenge. What ultimately emerges from the work are the communication skills of Dylan, who makes the audience identify completely in the American singer and feel the passion and the anger with which he wrote the lyrics. Many famous artists, like Green Day, Bob Marley, the Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix, covered "Like a Rolling Stone". Reading - Poverty
2a) I think Orwell's problems are quite similar to the troubles of a poor person today because we live in a time in history in which the appearance is the most important aspect in a person. As a result, today an impoverished man tries not to make other people notice the pennilessness using about the same methods described in Orwell's passage. However, some of the complications described in the text are not to be faced and even encountered in our time. For example we do not send letters anymore so we don't need to buy stamps. Furthermore, the food is not a problem today since there are many drugstores that sell huge amount of food for just a few Euros.
3a) This sentence means you can't imagine how live in poverty is until you experience this condition. It'...
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