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knnthcv
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stewart james---

Postby knnthcv » November 14th, 2001, 7:04 pm

im debating whether or i should purchase his big tome that was released earlier.
i collect magic books and card books---
....is it worth investing in>?---
have anyone used anything from here?

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Richard Kaufman
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Re: stewart james---

Postby Richard Kaufman » November 14th, 2001, 8:08 pm

Both Stewart James multiple volume sets are fantastically fun books to read. There is so much material that while no one would ever be caught dead performing some of it, there's more than enough other material that could be used in performance to make up for it.
Also, knnthcv: please write in full sentences and use the shift key on your keyboard to capitalize the proper letters in your posts. It makes them much easier for everyone else to read and understand. Thanks! :)
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Matthew Field
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Re: stewart james---

Postby Matthew Field » November 15th, 2001, 6:29 am

Kenneth -- I presume you know that the most recent Stewart James book (actually 3 volumes -- two of text plus an index by Bill Goodwin) was a follow-up to the masive "Stewart James in Print" which is now, ironically, out of print.

Matt Field


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