Magician's Magic

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Courier Corporation, Sep 1, 2003 - Games & Activities - 269 pages
Curry incorporated thoroughly engrossing material with a style that was truly elegant. This book by a "magician's magician" discloses the secrets behind a collection of close-up marvels — including the author's "Out of the World," reputed to be the best card trick of the past century.
 

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Bibliographical Note. This Dover edition is an unabridged republication of the work originally published by Franklin Watts, Inc., New York, in 1965. About the Author. Paul Curry (1917-1986) was an ... Read full review

Contents

BY WAY OF BACKGROUND
7
THE OLD OLD TRICKS
11
THE MAGICIANS IMAGE
37
HOUDINIAND AFTER
47
THE NEW CONJURERS
65
WHAT BECAME OF GRAVITY?
79
INTO THIN AIR
101
OUT OF NOWHERE
125
TIES THAT DO N0T BIND
153
THE POWER OF THOUGHT
173
OF THINGS TO COME
193
THE QUICK AND THE DEAD
205
THE MIND REELS
237
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