War Pigs Versus Blowin' In the Wind

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Music and Movies

 

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Carolyn P

 

Date added:

June 23, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Osborne starts howling, you know that he is not giving the Queen a complement on her new hat. He then starts to compare the generals of an army to satan-worshipping witches. The song is chock full of such metaphors, one would think that it could be set on Halloween with all the references to dark creatures such as sorcerers and witches...
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It seemed like Mr. Dylan left quite a bit to the comprehension of the reader. He used a lot of poetic devices, and because of it he made the song flow very well. Unlike Mr. Osborne's song which is full of daemonic references and quite shallow and to the point lyrics, "Blowin' in the Wind" is full of metaphors and hidden meanings...
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