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Bob Dylan is the greatest popular songwriter of the second half of the 20th century. He reinvented lyric writing in popular song. He helped popularise folk music for a new generation. He was a leading light of the American civil rights movement, writing m 
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From his early twenties Charles Dickens was the world’s most celebrated novelist. Nor since his death in 1870 has much changed. 
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J K Rowling’s story is almost as magical as her books. The day she wrote the name Harry Potter on a page she changed not just her own unhappy life but that of millions of readers. 
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Arguably no other composer or performer had such a profound impact on people as John Lennon. And few other public figures of the last century, from any walk of life, have had so many seemingly separate existences – pop star, spokesman, tragic victim, 
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Muhammad Ali is said to exude ‘the very spirit of the twentieth century’. Award-winning sports writer Hugh MacDonald asks what makes Ali so intriguing to the world far beyond boxing? 
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Fairness, equality, leadership and justice had been values instilled in prisoner 46664 from his earliest years among his Xhosa people. Nelson Mandela had been a leading figure in the struggle for change in the apartheid state of South Africa. That is why 
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Robert Burns, born in 1759 and who died young in 1796, is the national bard of Scotland. His poems and songs are performed and sung the world over to this day. Brought up in a poor farming family, in today's terms, the young Robbie was a child labourer. 
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The story of the Williams sisters is bigger than the bare facts of the tennis record books. They are two girls who came from the ghetto to dominate in a sport that has always been seen as middle class and almost exclusively played by white players. The Wi 
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