A mural of songwriter Bob Dylan by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra is on display in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 15, 2016.
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Five days after Bob Dylan was named the winner of the Nobel Prize in literature, no one knows how the artist feels about the prestigious award – not even the Nobel judges. The Swedish Academy, which bestows the annual honor, says it hasn't been able to reach Dylan since the award was announced last Thursday."We haven't established direct contact with Bob Dylan yet, but I have spoken to one of his closest associates," the academy's permanent secretary, Sara Danius, told the Associated Press in an email Tuesday.The academy hopes he will accept the invitation to collect his award at the annual Nobel ceremony in Stockholm on Dec. 10 .Only two people have declined a Nobel Prize in literature.
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