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Record Type: Review   ID: 1055

The Amazing Uri Geller

Ebon, Martin (Ed.).

 Journalist and editor Martin Ebon has put together a book of popular readings on Uri Geller that presents both pro and con views of the controversial Israeli while providing a psychological portrait of Geller. Several chapters present firsthand observation of his feats, three deal with his psychic photography, one chapter covers Geller imitators, two chapters cover the SRI experiments, and there is even a chapter by Geller on Geller. Ebon himself contributes a lengthy introduction on Geller and the man who brought him to the U.S. (Andrija Puharich), and a summary chapter entitled "Everybody has His Own Geller!," in which he likens Geller to a Rorschach test.
Publisher Information:New York: New American Library, 1975. 168p. 2 figures; 1 graph; 12 illustrations; 3 tables
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