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    Signed by Leonard Cohen

    Leonard Cohen. Book of Longing. [Toronto]: McClelland & Stewart Ltd., [2006].

    First edition. Signed by Cohen with a stamp in red, reading "Order of the Unified Heart." Octavo. 232 pages. Illustrated throughout by the author.

    Publisher's black cloth with silver spine titles. Pictorial dust jacket. Fine condition.

    A whimsically illustrated collection of poetry by the Canadian multi-hyphenate: singer-songwriter, poet, novelist, part-time recluse, and critical darling. The stamp on the title page, made up of two interlocking hearts in the shape of the Star of David, symbolizes Cohen's "dream of an order" for his fans and anyone else who "might gather around some decent intention."


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    October, 2009
    16th-17th Friday-Saturday
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