Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[by] Patricia A. Morley.|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.M334 Z7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p.,  l. of plates.|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||74156053|
The immoral moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen: Author Patricia A Morley: Country & Year Canada Publisher Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, Vancouncer Pages pages: Notes ISBN (hardcover) ISBN (paperback) Summary. The immoral moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen by Patricia A Morley (Book) Hugh MacLennan by George Woodcock (Book) Hugh MacLennan (Book). The immoral moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen Patricia A. Morley Clarke, Irwin, pbk. Family and childhood. MacLennan was born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, on Ma His parents were Samuel MacLennan, a colliery physician, and Katherine MacQuarrie; Hugh also had an older sister named Frances. Samuel was a stern Calvinist, while Katherine was creative, warm and dreamy, and both parents would be large influences on Hugh's character.
Also of considerable interest are: George Woodcock, Hugh MacLennan (Copp Clark Publishing Co., ); Patricia Morley, The Immoral Moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen (Clarke, Irwin, ); Paul Goetsch, Hugh MacLennan (McGraw-Hill Ryerson, ); Elspeth Cameron, Hugh MacLennan: a Writer's Life (University of Toronto Press, This thesis examines the attitudes to love and sex reflected in eight Canadian novels dating from to The first three, Frederick Philip Grove's Settlers of the Marsh, Morley Callaghan's They Shall Inherit the Earth, and Hugh MacLennan's The Watch That Ends the Night, were chosen not only as works centrally concerned with love, but also as good examples of their writers' treatment of. In the wake of the tragic news of Cohen’s passing in late , with a legacy of iconic favourites such as “Suzanne” and “Bird on the Wire” through to more recent worldwide successes such as “Hallelujah” and “Anthem”, this book is a must-read for cultural studies scholars and Cohen aficionados alike. Critical Studies: Leonard Cohen by Michael Ondaatje, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, ; The Immoral Moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen by Patricia Morley, Toronto, Clarke Irwin, ; Leonard Cohen: The Artist and His Critics edited by Michael Gnarowski, Toronto, McGraw Hill Ryerson, ; Leonard Cohen by Stephen Scobie, Vancouver.
The waitresses, largely students and very nice to look at, wear miniskirts and read Leonard Cohen in the elevators. Boys with long hair and only one idea, bastards who have yet to put their shoulder to the Canadian wheel of commerce, loiter in the lobby. Cambridge Core - Canadian Literature - The Cambridge History of Canadian Literature - edited by Coral Ann Howells. The immoral moralists: Hugh MacLennan and Leonard Cohen. Morley, Patricia A. ISBN ISBN 13 Henri,Cohen, Leonard,Sunshine, Linda,Matisse, Henry. Published by Condition: Good. This is a used book in good condition and may show some signs of use or wear. This is a used book in good condition and may show some signs of use or. While Cohen struggled though a decade of low interest in his art, the legends of the Montreal School were passing away: A.M. Klein in , A.J.M. Smith in , John Glassco in , F.R. Scott in , Hugh MacLennan in (Irving Layton outlived them all, passing away at age ninety-four, in ).