Canadian Poetry
Studies/Documents/Reviews

No. 33, Fall/Winter, 1993

The Proceedings of the

Leonard Cohen Conference

Red Deer College
October 22-24, 1993

Edited by E.F. Dyck
Assisted by Jim Scott, Peter Slade, and Birk Sproxton

Introduction
by E.F. Dyck
KEYNOTE ADDRESS   
The Counterfeiter Begs Forgiveness: Leonard Cohen and Leonard Cohen
by Stephen Scobie
ON THE NOVEL
Writing Around the Holocaust: Uncovering the Ethical Centre of Beautiful Losers
by Norman Ravvin
The Telephone Dance &Mechanical Ecstasy in Leonard Cohen's Beautiful Losers
by Nicole Markotic
Beyond Mommy and the Machinery: Leonard Cohen's Vision of Male Desire in Beautiful Losers
by Paul Nonnekes
ON THE POETRY   
The Mistress' Reply to the Poet
by Joan Crate
How postmodern is Cohen's Poetry?
by Clint Burnham
Re-membering the Love Song: Ambivalence and Cohen's "Take This Waltz"
by Charlene Diehl-Jones
Interior Landscapes and the Public Realm: Contingent Mediations in a Speech and a Song by Leonard Cohen
by Winfried Siemerling
Cohen's Noos
by Fred Wah
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Ten or More Questions I Should Have Asked Leonard Cohen
by Ira B. Nadel

Reading Leonard Cohen: Reprise
by Birk Sproxton
 

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