Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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-The idea of simply handing a card or cards to persons in the front row, while implying to the audience that cards are being freely selected, is mentioned ​on page 5 of //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17612/​Page+Wright+s+Notebook/​13|Page Wright'​s Notebook]]//, ​published by Thayer'​s in 1933, three years after Wright'​s death. Wright does not take credit for the idea. Willard, Virgil and others were also known to use this. However, Wright'​s mention of it may be the earliest print reference.+The idea of simply handing a card or cards to persons in the front row, while implying to the audience that cards are being freely selected, is mentioned ​in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17612/​Page+Wright+s+Notebook/​13|Page Wright'​s Notebook]]//,​ 1933, p. 5, three years after Wright'​s death. Wright does not take credit for the idea. Willard, Virgil and others were also known to use this. However, Wright'​s mention of it may be the earliest print reference.
  
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