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[quote] On 2012-03-04 22:37, duanebarry wrote: [quote] On 2012-03-04 14:35, Vlad_77 wrote: [quote] On 2012-02-28 18:07, Michael Landes wrote: If you seriously are looking for cheap, available texts that will help you become better. I can do no better than to recommend a tiny book available on Dover, called something like The Magic Of Alkazar. Does anyone know this book? It is ostensibly for children, but it is as good a master class in magic as I know of. Simple, straightforeward object lessons on every aspect of performing magic. And for once the advice is on the money. [/quote] To each his or her own but to place this book you mention ABOVE Greater Magic and The Tarbell Course in Magic (and I would add even The Mark Wilson Course) is rather interesting. I would love to get your thoughts on how Greater Magic and the hard back Tarbell volumes seem to be "less" for you than The Magic of Alkazar. Please understand that I ask out of curiosity. Ahimsa, Vlad [/quote] Reading closely, he differentiated Alcazar from the $100+ Greater Magic/Tarbell Course it by its virtues of being: - cheap - available I think it's pretty useful to know about surprisingly good $5 books that I can put into people's hands. [/quote]
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