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Author chronicles how Garland met Luft and decided to go back to basics, singing before live audiences, in the 1950s.Triumphant engagements at the London Palladium and New York’s Palace Theater were followed by her 1954 return to the screen in “A Star Is Born.” While biographical beginnings can be dull, Shipman artfully weaves together strains from Garland’s early family life, which included a homosexual father and a classic stage mother.
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David Shipman’s perceptive account of the life and times of Judy Garland offers a judiciously sober-eyed take on “the world’s greatest entertainer.” “Secret Life” is vague on sources, and, like Donald Spoto’s Marilyn Monroe biography, openly thankful to fan clubs for information. But the volume deftly melds extensive research with a compelling narrative.