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The Truth About Uri Geller

Randi, James

 This is a revised and expanded edition of The Magic of Uri Geller (1975). About three-quarters is written by Randi and the remainder consists of selections from the writings of others that Randi discusses in depth. The main purpose of the book is to show that Geller is an excellent magician, with whom Randi would have been happy to associate, if only he had admitted that fact, instead of choosing to "become a semi-religious figure with divine pretensions" (p. 21). In a chapter entitled "Objections to This Book," he responds to comments and criticisms of The Magic of Uri Geller.
Publisher Information:Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books, 1982. 235p. Bibliography: 235; 27 figures; Glossary: 233-234; 26 illustrations
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