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Ascanio

Ascanio

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Published by Little Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • France -- History -- Francis I, 1515-1547 -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alexandre Dumas.
    SeriesThe romances of Alexandre Dumas : New series
    ContributionsMeurice, Paul, 1820-1905,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ3D89 As 2, PQ2225 A723
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. --
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19998050M

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    Ascanio was a student of Francesco Filelfo, a courtier of Duke Francesco Sforza, who introduced him to government and literature. Other cardinals of the family were Guido Ascanio Sforza di Santa Fiora (), Alessandro Sforza (), Francesco Sforza () and Federico Sforza (). At age of 10 he was named commendatory abbot of ion: Home schooled, by Francesco Filelfo. Magic of Ascanio - More Studies of Card Magic: Arturo de Ascanio y Navaz (), is regarded as the father of Spanish card magic. A lawyer by trade and an amateur magician, he devoted a good part of his life to magic and was one of the founders of the prestigious Escuela Mágica de Madrid. The Structural Conception of Magic.

    This vintage book contains both volumes of Alexandre Dumas’s historical novel, “Ascanio”. It is the fictionalised story of Benvenuto Cellin’s time spent in France with his apprentice Ascanio; a passionate but troubled man, tormented by life under the tyranny of an unrighteous court. The Magic of Ascanio Book Vol. 3 "More Studies of Card Magic" by Arturo Ascanio Arturo de Ascanio y Navaz (), is regarded as the father of Spanish card magic.


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Book by Arturo de Ascanio ($ - normally $) In stock. The Maestro, Arturo de Ascanio, left us in April,but his magic remains alive through the work of Jesus Etcheverry, who has compiled four books of Ascanio's : Arturo de Ascanio.

The story revolves around the characters Ascanio, Colombo and Benvenuto. Initially starting 8n prison in Italy and coming over to France. It revolves around artists and love. Unfortunately, although the trappings of a great story, this book 4/5. (This review is for The Magic of Ascanio Book Vol.

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Ascanio is a historical novel, set in Paris in the summer and fall ofbased on several episodes from the autobiography of the great Florentine sculptor and goldsmith, Benvenuto Cellini (). Cellini's principal patron in Rome, Pope Clement, died, and Cellini had a falling out with his successor, Paul : Classica Libris.

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The Structural Conception of Magic. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Ascanio by Dumas, Alexandre, ; Meurice, Paul, Publication date Topics France -- History Francis I, Fiction PublisherPages: The Magic of Ascanio offers you, in four volumes, the complete work of the Maestro who changed the direction of magic in Spain and influenced many successful performers.

Learn all about the legacy of a true master of our art: his ground-breaking theories, his legendary card routines and sleights, and his magic with pocket knives.5/5(1).