Mirror of Justice

A blog dedicated to the development of Catholic legal theory.
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Monday, September 27, 2010


On Saturday evening I performed a set of songs by Leonard Cohen at a venue called Cafe Improv, at the Princeton Arts Council.  I know that several MoJers are interested in Cohen's music.  Here is the link to a video of my performance of "Nancy," which I regard as one of Cohen's finest pieces of social criticism:  http://rgeorge26.shutterfly.com/pictures/14.  Although "Nancy" isn't one of them, many of Cohen's songs feature religious imagery, much of it Catholic.  Even "Nancy" has some references to religion, or to its absence---"in the house of mystery, there was no one at all." 



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