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Posted March 6, 2001
Mr. Clarke has gathered information from tabloid articles and from the memories of people who barely knew Judy Garland. At least 1/4 of his text is his own bizarre rhapsodies over his own methaphors and analogies. Furthermore, he doesn't support his facts at all and leaves the reader wondering where he got most of his information. What he does have that may be taken as truth has already been written about in far superior books on the subject - most notably by Gerald Frank's excellent 1975 book 'JUDY'. This book is a waste of time and money, and just serves the author as someone who, again, makes money off of the sorrows of this brilliantly talented woman.
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