Born Issur Danielovitch Demsky, the son of an illiterate immigrant Russian-Jewish ragpicker and junkman, Kirk Douglas makes clear in this powerful, angry, and passionate book the ways in which his difficult childhood dominated his life as an actor, father, and man. 16 pages of photographs.
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It seems that all it takes these days to have one's life recorded in print is that "15 minutes'' of fame Andy Warhol spoke about. So it's all the more refreshing when not one but two excellent ... Read full review
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