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He tried to  cover every phase and known principle necessary to a modern performer. These were textbooks that he thought an absolute stranger to magic should buy:
 
He tried to  cover every phase and known principle necessary to a modern performer. These were textbooks that he thought an absolute stranger to magic should buy:
* [[Stanyon's Magic]] (periodical)
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*[[Stanyon's Magic]] (periodical)
 
*[[Harlan Tarbell]], [[Tarbell Course of Magic]]
 
*[[Harlan Tarbell]], [[Tarbell Course of Magic]]
 
*[[Ellis Stanyon]], [[The Stanyon Serials]] (1-21)
 
*[[Ellis Stanyon]], [[The Stanyon Serials]] (1-21)
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*Burling Hull, [[How To Answer Questions]]
 
*Burling Hull, [[How To Answer Questions]]
 
*[[Syril Dusenberry]], [[Making Magic Pay]]
 
*[[Syril Dusenberry]], [[Making Magic Pay]]
*Glen, [[The Road To Fame]]
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*Laurance Glen, [[The Magician's Road To Fame]]
 
*Funk and Wagnall's, The Practical Standard Dictionary
 
*Funk and Wagnall's, The Practical Standard Dictionary
 
*Globe Book Company, Elementary Grammar
 
*Globe Book Company, Elementary Grammar

Revision as of 07:42, 29 March 2011

The Jinx Five-Foot Shelf Of Magic is Ted Annemann's list of books on the art of magic and allied subjects which he printed in his magazine Jinx No. 8 (May 1935).

He tried to cover every phase and known principle necessary to a modern performer. These were textbooks that he thought an absolute stranger to magic should buy: