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The Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic by Martin Gardner

(c. 1978,1997) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Details: Great Encyclopedia! This is just what you get, an Encyclopedia alphabetically ordered by the object used. There are really a lot of effects and puzzles and jokes the greatest part very easy but only a little part of them is really good you should choose them yourself. Finally a very good book, knowing some impropmtu magic is a must for every performer. Another good thing is that there are a hundreds of principles and ideas you can use to create new effects.

  • Publisher: Magic Inc.
  • Pages: 574
  • Location: Chicago, IL, USA
  • Dimensions: 8″x11″
  • Date: 1978, 1997
  • Binding: hardbound

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1 review for The Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic by Martin Gardner

  1. Davide

    Great Encyclopedia

    This is just what you get, an Encyclopedia alphabetically ordered by the object used. There are really a lot of effects and puzzles and jokes the greatest part very easy but only a little part of them is really good you should choose them yourself. Finally a very good book, knowing some impropmtu magic is a must for every performer. Another good thing is that there are a hundreds of principles and ideas you can use to create new effects.

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