Let us compare mythologies

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McClelland and Stewart, 1966 - Poetry - 76 pages
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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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Excellent selection of poetry from Cohen's early books. - Goodreads
None of them were difficult to read, an - Goodreads
It made me start writing music. - Goodreads

Review: Let Us Compare Mythologies

User Review  - GD Master - Goodreads

Born in a Jewish household, Leonard Cohen would graduate from Mc Gill University at the age of 22. He was a young academic with a broad artistic intellectual sense that moved through classic ... Read full review

Review: Selected Poems, 1956-1968

User Review  - Tim Weakley - Goodreads

I think of most of these as period pieces. It's difficult to get some of his imagery because it's so tied to time and place. If you're not in the loop with what he was going through then a lot of it passes right over you. Read full review


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