Anthony Reynolds’ new biography of Leonard Cohen – A Remarkable Life, will not please too many die-hard fans who think Cohen has been elevated in his seventies into the exalted, beyond criticism category. Perhaps many considered Cohen a life changer, a deep thinker, a poet of mild despair and disappointment who came and went and came again to go again and become a Zen monk on Mount Baldy and return to the world to find his one time lover and manager had blown nearly five million dollars and in his seventies, Cohen by astute management, reinvented himself and within a short three years was a multi-millionaire.

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