Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize for Literature, well deserved from this view, and a portion of the body of work on which he's been judged was created in Woodstock. People often wonder about how an actor learns the long soliloquies of Shakespeare. But most can readily quote Dylan. See if you can follow the meandering puzzle below . . .
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