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Beautiful Losers

Author : Leonard Cohen
ISBN : 0307778576
Genre : Fiction
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One of the best-known experimental novels of the 1960s, Beautiful Losers is Leonard Cohen’ s most defiant and uninhibited work. As imagined by Cohen, hell is an apartment in Montreal, where a bereaved and lust-tormented narrator reconstructs his relations with the dead. In that hell two men and a woman twine impossibly and betray one another again and again. Memory blurs into blasphemous sexual fantasy--and redemption takes the form of an Iroquois saint and virgin who has been dead for 300 years but still has the power to save even the most degraded of her suitors. First published in 1966, Beautiful Losers demonstrates that its author is not only a superb songwriter but also a novelist of visionary power. Funny, harrowing, and fiercely moving, it is a classic erotic tragedy, incandescent in its prose and exhilarating for its risky union of sexuality and faith.
Category: Fiction

Beautiful Losers

Author : Samuel T. Francis
ISBN : 9780826209764
Genre : History
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The 1992 presidential election campaign showed just how deep were the divisions within the Republican party. In Beautiful Losers, Samuel Francis argues that the victory of the Democratic party marks not only the end of the Reagan-Bush era, but the failure of the American conservatism.
Category: History

Beautiful Losers

Author : Alex Baker
ISBN : UVA:X004919610
Genre : Art
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Edited by Aaron Rose and Christian Strike. Interview with Agnes B.
Category: Art

Beautiful Losers

Author : Eve Seymour
ISBN : 9780738747248
Genre : Fiction
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Kim Slade has many admirers, but only one wants her dead. Kim Slade is a clinical psychologist specializing in young women with eating disorders. She also has someone who specializes in her: an anonymous stalker. When Kyle Stannard, a former model with a facial disfigurement, steps suddenly into her life, Kim assumes he’s her stalker. Partially scarred after a childhood accident, Kim believes this is the reason for Stannard’s obsession and reports him to the police. But smart-mouthed Stannard denies the accusation and has a plausible explanation for every twisted move he makes. Can Kim nail him? Or is the person who wants to destroy her closer to home . . . Praise: "Beautiful Losers is a dark and disturbing read that grabs from the off. Eve Seymour doesn't put a step out of place with her writing. I loved it."—Amanda Jennings, author of Sworn Secret, The Judas Scar and In Her Wake "A chilling descent into paranoia and self-obsession. Seymour invites us to look into the mirror, and judge."—Paul Hardisty, author of The Abrupt Physics of Dying and The Evolution of Fear
Category: Fiction

The Favourite Game And Beautiful Losers

Author : Leonard Cohen
ISBN : 9780771021916
Genre : Fiction
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Leonard Cohen’s two classic novels now available together in this collector’s edition. This beautifully designed collector’s hardcover edition brings together Leonard Cohen’s acclaimed novels in a single volume. 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 early 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 work.
Category: Fiction

Beautiful Losers

Author : Barbara Wersba
ISBN : 0440205808
Genre : Family problems
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Eighteen-year-old Rita, an overweight writer living in a Long Island town, is caught between love for her parents and love for Arnold, a man twice her age.
Category: Family problems

Intricate Preparations

Author : Stephen Scobie
ISBN : 9781550224337
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This essay collection reflects the scope and reach of Leonard Cohen’s influence. It ranges from academic essays that consider the treatment of the Holocaust in Cohen’s poetry, aspects of personal and national identity in his novels, and the theoretical problems of performance in his songs, to less formal discussions such as an Internet newsgroup thread on “Closing Time” and a description of fan reactions to his concert performances in Germany. Several writers pay tribute to Cohen by contributing poems that “translate” his work into new idioms. The book also includes two new poems by Cohen himself. Intricate Preparations is fully international in scope, with contributions coming from Australia, Great Britain, France, Germany, Belgium, Norway, and Finland, as well as Canada—including something from the Governor-General herself.
Category: Literary Criticism

Transnational Canadas

Author : Kit Dobson
ISBN : 1554581656
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Transnational Canadas marks the first sustained inquiry into the relationship between globalization and Canadian literature written in English. Tracking developments in the literature and its study from the centennial period to the present, it shows how current work in transnational studies can provide new insights for researchers and students. Arguing first that the dichotomy of Canadian nationalism and globalization is no longer valid in today’s economic climate, Transnational Canadas explores the legacy of leftist nationalism in Canadian literature. It examines the interventions of multicultural writing in the 1980s and 1990s, investigating the cultural politics of the period and how they increasingly became part of Canada’s state structure. Under globalization, the book concludes, we need to understand new forms of subjectivity and mobility as sites for cultural politics and look beyond received notions of belonging and being. An original contribution to the study of Canadian literature, Transnational Canadas seeks to invigorate discussion by challenging students and researchers to understand the national and the global simultaneously, to look at the politics of identity beyond the rubric of multiculturalism, and to rethink the slippery notion of the political for the contemporary era.
Category: Literary Criticism

Postmodern Canadian Fiction And The Rhetoric Of Authority

Author : Glenn Deer
ISBN : 0773511598
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Criticism that takes an ideological approach to Canadian writing is scarce; political-rhetorical studies are even more uncommon. In this original approach to postwar Canadian fiction Glenn Deer presents provocative readings of ideologies as well as experiments with authorial stances.
Category: Literary Criticism