From the archives: Leonard Cohen and the Casanova paradox

In this 1978 story, a look at Leonard Cohen’s book ‘Death of a Lady’s Man’—and how untrue that was


We are remembering Leonard Cohen—a Canadian artist, poet and visionary we have written about many times in the pages of our century-old magazine—with stories from the Maclean’s Archives. Here, Barbara Amiel spends time with Cohen in 1978 before the publishing of his book Death of a Lady’s Man and finds that declaration to be entirely premature.
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