Leonard Cohen The Favourite Game

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The Favourite Game

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Leonard Cohen is a Canadian singer-songwriter, musician, poet and novelist. His first book of poetry, 'Let Us Compare Mythologies', was published in 1956 and his first novel, the semi-autobiographical 'The Favourite Game', in 1963. Cohen has recorded numerous albums and published several books of poetry and an experimental novel, 'Beautiful Losers' (1966). Cohen lives in Montreal, Canada.

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