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Magic Tricks | Gibeci�re 16, Summer 2013, Vol. 8, No. 2 | Book | Theory | History B06XNWSPLL

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Magic Tricks | Gibeci�re 16, Summer 2013, Vol. 8, No. 2 | Book | Theory | History
  • Gibecière 16, Summer 2013, Vol. 8, No. 2 - Book
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  • Manufacturer : Conjuring Arts Research Center
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  • Why learn magic tricks? There are many reason but above all, performing magic will help you boost your self-confidence. Learning a few simple tricks is a great way to build confidence and is a good ice breaker. When performed well, a simple magic trick can generate a lot of positive attention and make you feel quite good. Continue to develop your special skill and see how you can use your talent to help bring much happiness to others.
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288 pages and nearly 2 lbs, this issue opens with a long-anticipated piece by Barry Wiley on the Piddingtons. Syd Piddington was a magician who was captured and imprisoned as a POW in Changi prison, Singapore during World War II. During his captivity, with the help of Russell Braddon, Fergus Anckorn and others, he created one of the greatest mind-reading acts ever staged. After the Japanese lost the war, Piddington toured the world and became a sensation. Mr. Wiley gives us the details he discovered from his firsthand interviews and excellent research.

One of the world's great historians and a favorite contributor, Enrique Jiménez, has truly outdone himself this time. His expanded and greatly detailed checklist of Minguet's classic, Engaños a ojos vistas, is in this issue. In addition to more details on Minguet's life and work, a full facsimile and translation of an outrageously rare Spanish booklet by Francisco Papuè is also included. A reference to this early 18th century pamphlet was discovered a few years ago, but no copy could be located. Mr. Jiménez diligently scoured the world and found what might be the only copy; it was being held in a famous Spanish monastery. Upon request, the monks made the book available. Now through Lori Pieper's translation, this wonderful little book is available to you.




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