YOU HAVE A MINUTE LORD by David Kossoff-Paperback

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  • 95

  • 9781310393071

  • 110 mm

  • 178 mm

  • 64 gram

  • RARE


  • 1977

    Publish Date
  • 8 mm

    Spine Width

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    You have a minute, Lord.
    'Sad, thoughtful, at times amusing the musings of a plain man perplexed by the problems of his day, who seeks the view of the Almighty on a wide range of matters that continue to mystify a troubled world.

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    David Kossoff

    Kossoff was born in London, the youngest of three children, to poor Russian Jewish immigrant parents. In its obituary of David Kossoff, The Scotsman wrote how he was a man of deep convictions and proud of his Jewish origins.

    Kossoff started working in light entertainment on British television in the years following World War II. His best known television roles were the hen-pecked husband Alf Larkin in The Larkins, first broadcast in 1958, and a Jewish furniture maker in A Little Big Business.

    He was also well known for his story-telling skills, particularly with regard to reinterpreting the Bible. His best known book, also a television series, is The Book of Witnesses (1971), in which he turned the Gospels into a series of monologues. He also retold dozens of Old Testament and Apocrypha stories in Bible Stories (1968).

    Following the death in 1976 of his son Paul, guitarist with the band Free, Kossoff established the Paul Kossoff Foundation which aimed to present the realities of drug addiction to children. Kossoff spent the remainder of his life campaigning against drugs. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he toured with a one-man stage performance about the death of his son and its effect on the family.

    He died in 2005 of liver cancer at age 85. He was cremated and interred at the Golders Green Crematorium.