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Norman Garbo (born February 15, 1919) is an American author and lecturer.
Norman Garbo is the son of Maximilian W. and Fannie Garbo. He was born in New York, New York. It was here that Garbo attended City College (now known as the City College of the City University of New York) from 1935-37. Garbo also attended the New York Academy of Fine Art beginning in 1937. Garbo began working as a portrait painter in 1941 and also worked as a writer and lecturer. In 1941, he joined the military with the coming of World War II. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Forces where he achieved the rank of lieutenant.
- Pull up an Easel (1955, 1976)
- Confrontation with Howard Goodkind (1966)
- The Movement (1969)
- To Love Again: A Psychiatrist's Search for Love (1977)
- The Artist (1978)
- Cabal (1979)
- Spy (1980)
- Turner's Wife (1983)
- Gaynor's Passion (1985)
- A Sudden Madness (1985)
- Dirty Secrets (1989)
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