Lessons in Conjuring

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Lessons in Conjuring
AuthorDavid Devant
Publication Date1922
LanguageEnglish
Pages152
 

Lessons in Conjuring by David Devant is an introductory book on magic.

It was review in Paul Fleming Book Reviews.

Contents

  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I: THE THIRTY CARD TRICK
  • CHAPTER II: THE CARDS UP THE SLEEVE
  • CHAPTER III: THE DIMINISHING CARDS
  • CHAPTER IV: THE CRICKET BAT TRICK
  • CHAPTER V: THE MULTIPLICATION OF MONEY
  • CHAPTER VI: THE COIN AND THE ENVELOPES
  • CHAPTER VII: THE DYED HANDKERCHIEFS
  • CHAPTER VIII: THE SOUP PLATE AND HANDKERCHIEFS
  • CHAPTER IX: THE WATCH, GLASS, AND HANDKERCHIEF
  • CHAPTER X: THE LAWYER'S CRACKER
  • CHAPTER XI: A SIMPLE THOUGHT-READING EXPERIMENT
  • CHAPTER XII: WAR-TIME COOKERY
  • CHAPTER XIII: THE EGG BAG
  • CHAPTER XIV: THE ROPES AND RINGS
  • CHAPTER XV: THE CUPS AND BALLS
  • CHAPTER XVI: FLOWERS FROM NOWHERE
  • CHAPTER XVII: MY DRAWER-BOX

See also

See also: Stanyon's Serial Lessons in Conjuring.


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