Praise for The Flame:
“[The Flame] is…a kaleidoscopic archive, a mix-tape of emotions that reveals Cohen’s fears and vulnerability with an unusually raw candour. After 10 books of poetry and two novels, it reminds us that the music man who taught the world to scale the chords of Hallelujah still considered writing his first and ultimate vocation.”—Maclean’s
“Leonard Cohen does not use language to pose, startle or to reinvent. Words are his old comrades, and see him through to the end.”—The Guardian
“The Flame is Leonard Cohen’s parting gift to the world. And like the best gifts, it’s thoughtful, nicely packaged and contains an element of surprise.”—Ottawa Citizen
“In the pages of The Flame, Leonard Cohen feels more present than ever.”—Gazette (Montreal)
“In The Flame, an aging artist struggles with questions of death and legacy—and tries not to take them too seriously…. [W]e’ll be listening to Cohen…for decades to come, with this collection as our companion.”—The Spectator
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