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A magical mystery in one act.
From the introduction:
It will be obvious after reading this manuscript that for the actual magical methods it would be simple to substitute other methods and other apparatus and still keep the basic idea. This is for the reader to decide, but we would suggest that if this is done, the apparatus used should be of a simple nature and not elaborate conjuring properties, as these would divert the attention of the audience from the story and routine to the magical mechanics, and it is the story that counts. The only way to get something really new is by a new routine - therein lies the future of Magic.
7 pagesword count: 3218 which is equivalent to 12 standard pages of text
Publisher: Abbott Magic