The Bibliography of Conjuring and Kindred Deceptions

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This bibliography collects about works that deal with tricks and illusions, and with the varied deceptions that are usually presented as part of a conjuring entertainment, including automata, chapeaugraphy, chemical and electrical tricks, escaping, fire handling, gamblers' tricks, hand-shadows, juggling, lightning sketches, optical illusions, pseudo-spiritualistic manifestations, second sight, thought reading, thought transference and ventriloquism.

Conjuring Deception is a book that will challenge and inspire readers to embrace the tricks of magic. While magic can be a form of hidden wisdom, the main characters are well-equipped to challenge the mysteries on their path with a sleight of hand of their own/5(9). Fleming Book Co., New Jersey: Robert Gill: Magic As a Performing Art: A Bibliography of Conjuring (College of Librarianship Wales Bibliographies) Bowker, London: Hall, Trevor: Bibliography of Books on Conjuring in English from to Carl Waring Jones, Minneapolis: Hall, Trevor: The Winder Sale of Old Conjuring Books: W.

- THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CONJURING AND KINDRED DECEPTIONS. Martino (), publ’s cloth, 84pp. Though not annotated there are at least a few thousand titles. “We have purposely excluded books on the so-called occult arts but we have included references to books on natural magic which contain effects on which conjurers have based.

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$ 14 Used from $ 10 New from $ $ 27 Used from $ 10 New from $ The Amazon Book Review/5(). Author(s): Clarke,Sidney W; Blind,Adolphe Title(s): The bibliography of conjuring and kindred Sidney W. Clarke and Adolphe Blind. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, G.

Johnson, Description: 84 p. Language: English LCCN: Other Subject(s): Occult sciences / bibliography NLM ID: R[Book]. Wrote (with Adolphe Blind) The Bibliography of Conjuring: And Kindred Deceptions (, 84pp). Wrote the classic page The Annals of Conjuring series in Magic Wandof which 4 copies were issued in as a single volume (reprinted and ).

This collection features books covering the subjects of Magic and Science from the personal library of the Hamburg art historian and scholar Aby Warburg ().

Bibliography of conjuring and kindred deceptions, The By Sidney W. Clarke and Adolphe Blind. Bibliotheca Magica et Pneumatica. The Psychology of Conjuring Deceptions is an article from The American Journal of Psychology, Volume View more articles from The American Journal of.

Conjuring is an illustrated book by James gives a detailed history of conjuring, more commonly known as magic, said to be [weasel words] the world's second oldest profession. It includes detailed portraits of conjurors, including the Harry Blackstone, Sr., Harry Blackstone, Jr., Harry Houdini and his entourage, Howard Thurston, Robert Heller, Joe Berg, and : James Randi.

Heyl intended in this bibliography to record all conjuring books not described in Hall's Bilbiography of Books on Conjuring in English from He resurveyed all the conjuring bibliographies available including visits to the Library of Congress, the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

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$ Add To Cart; Magical Ex Libris: A Checklist The Magic of Ascanio. $ Add To Cart; Directory of Magicians (Signed) $ Add To Cart; Bibliography of Books on Conjuring in English. The major bibliographies produced have been Toole Stott’s A Bibliography of English Conjuring, () providing 1, early titles and editions; Clarke & Blind’s The Bibliography of Conjuring and Kindred Deceptions () which added nearly 2, titles; and Gill’s Magic as a Performing Art () which added over another 1, covering the period from through.

Written by Raymond Toole Stott. 1st ed. There is a 3” x 4” bookplate sticker of the previous owner on the inside cover. CLARKE, SIDNEY W and BLIND, ADOLPHE "The Bibliography of Conjuring and Kindred Deceptions". London, This book will be given the same treatment in a future issue of this series as Mr.

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But how much. Sydney Wrangel Clarke ( - ) was a British lawyer and magic historian. He is most well known for his book The Annals of Conjuring.

It was originally published in the Magic Wand magazine (). Four book copies were printed inmaking original copies excessively rare.

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Conjuring, also called magic, prestidigitation, or sleight of hand, theatrical representation of the defiance of natural law. Legerdemain, meaning “light, or nimble, of hand,” and juggling, meaning “the performance of tricks,” were the terms initially used to designate exhibitions of words conjuring and magic had no theatrical significance until the end of the 18th century.

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Details *. Jim’s book is a full biography of the remarkable American magician, William Robinson, who became famous by creating the illusion that he was a Chinese magician, Chung Ling Soo. The biography is a fascinating backstage view of magic: the personalities, intrigues, illusions and daring challenges that brought magic to the public at the.

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Mallory James is on a mission to confront her tragic past. But in dealing with her past she soon finds herself drawn into a labyrinth of dark secrets and lies.

Only one man can help her unravel the dangerous deceptions. The man she has clashed with all her : Margaret Way. Vast like the subcontinent itself and teeming with outrageous and exotic characters, Net of Magic is an enthralling voyage through the netherworld of Indian magic.

Lee Siegel, scholar and magician, uncovers the age-old practices of magic in sacred rites and rituals and unveils the contemporary world of Indian magic of street and stage s: 1.Robert Crossley, in an introduction to Kindred, by Octavia Butler, Beacon Press,pp.

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23, No. 1, Spring,pp. Adam McKible, "' These Are the Facts of the Darky's History': Thinking History and Reading Names. * Bibliography of Conjuring and the Kindred Arts--Stanyon * Card Manipulations No. Jean Hugard * Card Manipulations No. Jean Hugard * Card Manipulations No.

Jean Hugard * Card Manipulations No. Jean Hugard * Card Manipulations No. Jean Hugard * Conjuring for Amateurs--Ellis Stanyon * Conjuring with Cards--Ellis Stanyon.