Now Online – “Among the garbage and the flowers”: How Leonard Cohen’s pyjamas ended one of Canada’s greatest literary movements By Tristan Gatward

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Tristan Gatward

tristanTristan Gatward is 22 year-old graduate from the University of Exeter, who received a first class honours degree in English Literature for his work, including a thesis on the spatial practise of Leonard Cohen’s Montreal and the Isle of Wight Festival, 1970. He is currently the producer of Poltimore Festival in Devon, a non-profit initiative supporting the arts and culture scene throughout South West England, looking to bring a new life to one of Exeter’s most historic sites, Poltimore House.

“Among the garbage and the flowers”: How Leonard Cohen’s pyjamas ended one of Canada’s greatest literary movements

Tristan Gatward’s thesis is now online at

“Among the garbage and the flowers”: How Leonard Cohen’s pyjamas ended
one of Canada’s greatest literary movements By Tristan Gatward

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