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Text: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 4 (Summer 2003)

Type of text
periodical issue
16 pages
England: Magic Lantern Society, Summer 2003
Main language(s)

Michael Cummings, 'Look out boys -- competition', p. 49

Richard Crangle, On the way back from the wilderness, p. 50

Deborah Harlan and Megan Price, Henry Underhill: entomologist, grocer, antiquarian ... and magic lantern artist, pp. 51-53

G√ľnther Holzhey (trans. Ester Roosmaa), 'World machines' and world-views, pp. 54-57

Lester Smith, An obscure camera obscura, pp. 57-59

David Robinson, Further adventures of the Flying Dutchman, pp. 59-60

Mervyn Heard, Book review: Modern enchantments, p. 61

Richard Crangle, Book review: Poole's Myriorama!, p. 61

Wendy Bird, Mark Butterworth, Mervyn Heard and Brian Widdowson, Bits and pieces, pp. 62-63

Ine van Dooren, Book review: Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst!, p. 64

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