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what was remarkable about the magic show he attended?


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One day, he stumbles onto a magic show advertisement, and decides to see the show. It overwhelms him, not because the tricks are so impressive but instead because the presentation features elements of both artistic consideration and sensuality. He is particularly impressed by the closing illusion, entitled The Vision of Dr Faustus. In it, the magician grapples with the dichotomy between good and evil. But perhaps most impressive to Dunstan is that the magician - who goes by the name of Magnus Eisengrim - is clearly Paul Dempster.


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