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Three moments of love in Leonard Cohen and Bruce Cockburn

Author: Paul Nonnekes
Publisher: Montreal ; New York : Black Rose Books, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Three Moments of Love is a series of reflections on the work of Leonard Cohen and Bruce Cockburn. These two artists, so different in style and temperament, are brought together in one work in order to compare and examine the way in which they approach the question of love and desire: in their art and in their life."
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Leonard Cohen; Bruce Cockburn; Leonard Cohen; Bruce Cockburn; Bruce Cockburn; Leonard Cohen; Leonard Cohen; Bruce Cockburn
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Nonnekes
ISBN: 1551641763 9781551641768 1551641771 9781551641775
OCLC Number: 43730783
Description: 184 pages : portraits ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Paul Nonnekes.

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"Three Moments of Love is a series of reflections on the work of Leonard Cohen and Bruce Cockburn. These two artists, so different in style and temperament, are brought together in one work in order to compare and examine the way in which they approach the question of love and desire: in their art and in their life."

"Although the work of Leonard Cohen and Bruce Cockburn are not often thought of as addressing similar questions, Nonnekes contends that, despite widely different routes both of these artists arrive at a similar place in their desire: the love provided by communion with the feminine other.

From a psychoanalytic perspective, especially Lacan and Kristeva, and from the critical theory of Benjamin, Nonnekes proposes two subjects, one called I, from Cohen's work, and one called S, from Cockburn's work, and follows the journeys of each of these subjects as they yearn for love."--Jacket.

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