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Rly manhood of Lawrence Breavman only son of an old Jewish family in Montreal Beautiful Losers is Cohen’s classic novel of the sixties Funny harrowing and deeply moving it is his most defiant and uninhibited wor. I read and finished both books in the original language about30 years ago and haven t dropped them since

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The Favourite GameBeautiful Losers

Ume Published originally in 1963 and 1966 these novels have had a recent resurgence of popularity and sales around the world In his unforgettable debut novel The Favourite Game Cohen boldly etches the youth and ea. Two fantastic novels by one of my favorite artists These books celebrate Montreal identity beatnik identity Jewish identity uebecois history and the struggle for meaning and transcendence in the 20th century s counter cultural revolution Beautiful Losers is particularly vulgar confusing and not for everyone but still a masterpiece Be warned The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family particularly vulgar confusing and not for everyone but still a masterpiece Be warned

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Leonard Cohen’s two classic novels now available together in this collector’s editionThis beautifully designed collector’s hardcover edition brings together Leonard Cohen’s acclaimed novels in a single vol. These two books were uite powerful However anyone turning to these books for rosy inspiration would be flipping through these pages in vain If a good book can be measured in its power to dismantle then Beautiful Losers is an amazing book As I read the last words from the final scene starring the Old Man from the treehouse I can confidently say I no longer know who I am probably lost somewhere between Edith and the elevator and the indoor fireworksIt s worth noting that before I could write this review I was compelled to take a shower comb my hair and brush my teeth Beautiful Losers clings to me still


10 thoughts on “The Favourite GameBeautiful Losers

  1. says:

    Is there anything Leonard Cohen can't do?I wanted to read this book the favourite game because it's always exciting to read a novel set in Montr

  2. says:

    The Favourite Game 255 Cohen is one of my favourite poets He has such a moving and gorgeous and fluid writing style that really reading was all I noticed or really cared about for the entire novel I really didn't care too mu

  3. says:

    These two books were uite powerful However anyone turning to these books for rosy inspiration would be flipping through these pages in vain If a good book can be measured in its power to dismantle then Beautiful Losers is an amazing book As I read the last words from the final scene starring the Old Man from the treehouse I can confidently say I no longer know who I am probably lost somewhere between Edith and

  4. says:

    Two fantastic novels by one of my favorite artists These books celebrate Montreal identity beatnik identity Jewish identity uebecoi

  5. says:

    Experimental and difficult but worth reading for Cohen's notorious and uniuely rebellious prose It is safe to say you will

  6. says:

    I wanted to like this even just a little bit and although there were lines that I loved the imagery and visceral writing I just could not stay

  7. says:

    the book itself as a physical object is well made and I think appealing on the shelfI preferred The Favourite Game to Beautiful Losers though there is undeniable craft in many parts of Beautiful Losers The Favourite Game is traditional of a novel whereas Beautiful Losers has almost no narrative arc to speak of As appealing as the experiment in composition in Beautiful Losers can be it's often so deliberately op

  8. says:

    Love Leonard Cohen okay But as in the song writing he is clearly in love with language the coinage is brilliant but where's the STORY This novel was rejected by publishers McClelland Stewart as tedious and preoccupied with sex which it is Don'

  9. says:

    I read and finished both books in the original language about30 years ago and haven't dropped them since

  10. says:

    Leonard Cohen's bildungsroman is devastatingly well written but his hero and stand in is such a cad it's dispiriting

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