Bob Dylan still silent on Nobel win

Over 24 hours subsequent to granting Sway Dylan the Nobel prize for writing, the Swedish Foundation said Friday they had still not figured out how to address the isolated US artist.

“The Foundation has addressed Dylan’s specialist and his visit chief,” the Institute’s chancellor Odd Zschiedrich told AFP.

In any case, up ’til now they have not talked specifically to Dylan himself, he said.

“It’s happened a few times—even in present day times—that we haven’t possessed the capacity to address the laureate quickly,” Zschiedrich said.

Dylan’s hush could demonstrate humiliating for the Institute, which has confronted some feedback for its choice to grant the prize to a lyricist interestingly—in spite of the fact that responses from the scholarly world have been for the most part positive.

The new artist laureate of rock’n’roll played to a pressed house in Las Vegas on Thursday night, hours in the wake of seeing off top choices including England’s Salman Rushdie to wind up the main American to win the writing Nobel since Toni Morrison in 1993.

In any case, fans seeking after a spouting reaction to the win were baffled—consistent with his typical withdrawn shape, Dylan articulated not a word between melodies, leaving the world to continue think about what he contemplated his height to the pantheon of writing.

As indicated by the Washington Post, which reached individuals near the 75-year-old star: “Dylan stayed noiseless for the duration of the day about the honor”.

One of his companions, vocalist Bounce Neuwirth, told the Post: “He may not recognize it.”

Every year, Nobel laureates are welcome to Stockholm on December 10 to get their honor from the Swedish lord and give a discourse at a meal.

In any case, for the minute the Foundation does not know whether Dylan arrangements to come and gather his eight million kronor ($906,000 or 822,000 euros) prize.

He would not be the principal writing laureate to neglect to turn up.

In 1964 the French savant Jean-Paul Sartre declined the writing prize when he was told he had won it, dismissing the 273,000 kronors granted at the time.

The 1970 champ, the protester Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, did not go to the honor service in Stockholm for dread he would not be permitted once again into the Soviet Union subsequently.

He gathered his prize at the 1974 service, after he had been removed from the Soviet Union.

The 2004 victor, Austrian author Elfriede Jelinek, additionally declined to gather her prize face to face, refering to her social fear. “I can’t stand open consideration, I just can’t,” she said at the time.

She tended to the service by video message.

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