Friday, October 14, 2016

Quote of the day

New Yorker:
Even before [Leonard Cohen] had much of an audience, he had a distinct idea of the audience he wanted. In a letter to his publisher, he said that he was out to reach “inner-directed adolescents, lovers in all degrees of anguish, disappointed Platonists, pornography-peepers, hair-handed monks and Popists.”

In case you are wondering, it's the disappointed Platonists that really resonated with FLG. 

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