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Music and Movies

 

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Betsy D

 

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September 28, 2014

 

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University

 

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But in other cases, when the references are evasive, it’s possible for them to have gone past unnoticed. We’ve picked out ten such cases. The Ghost Of Tom Joad – Bruce Springsteen Retelling of: The Grapes Of Wrath by John Steinbeck The Pultizer Prize-winning novel The Grapes Of Wrath tells the story of the Joads, an American family that is forced to leave their native Oklahoma to work as labourers in California after losing their farm during the Great Depression...
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In the song, which also borrows from Woody Guthrie’s The Ballad Of Tom Joad, Springsteen, while constantly alluding to the novel, talks about the New World Order, as spoken of by George H.W. Bush and the consequences it has on the “Men walkin' 'long the railroad tracks”. Sympathy For The Devil – Rolling Stones Retelling of: The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov While religious groups thought, and probably still do, they were devil-worshippers, the reference is The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, a Russian book now considered to be a masterpiece...
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