Let us compare mythologies

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McClelland and Stewart, 1966 - Poetry - 76 pages
29 Reviews
Published in 1956 to immediate acclaim, Leonard Cohen' s first published book contains poems written between the ages of fifteen and twenty. Now new generations of readers will rediscover not only the early, though no less accomplished and passionate, work of one of our most beloved writers, but poetry that resonates loudly with relevance today.

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Review: Selected Poems, 1956-1968

User Review  - Philip Gordon - Goodreads

In short: I feel like even Cohen's less-engaging poems have a voice that's easy to enjoy and contain enough personal emotion and address that reading them is enjoyable. When he strikes past some of ... Read full review

Review: Let Us Compare Mythologies

User Review  - Socialbookshelves.com - Goodreads

You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but my copy of this is a facsimile edition that's designed to look how it did when it was first published, which is awesome. Cohen's poetry is average here ... Read full review

Contents

Elegy
13
Song of Patience
26
Song
40
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