syd natanist wrote:
Scott Warmuth proves (once again) that Dylan stays true to his word when he said "I've always believed that the first rule of being subversive is not to let anybody know you're being subversive." (which is actually a rearranged quote by Eddie Gorodetsky as a reader below the article explained).
While I love a hidden quote as much as the next guy (probably more
), I sometimes think "Why?". Is Dylan being subversive just because he can? Is there a point to it? Does he just find it funny that most critics take him at face value without doing any research?
But then the hidden meaning behind "Morning in Pittsburgh" was unravelled. Amazing! To think how many more (political) statements might be hidden somewhere in The Beaten Path, waiting for someone to discover them.