Table of contents for The "I" of the camera : essays in film criticism, history, and aesthetics / William Rothman.

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1. Hollywood reconsidered: reflections on the classical American cinema
2. D. W. Griffith and the birth of the movies
3. Judith of Bethulia
4. True heart Griffith
5. The ending of City Lights
6. The Goddess: reflections on melodrama east and west
 7. Red Dust: the erotic screen image
8. Virtue and villainy in the face of the camera
9. Pathos and transfiguration in the face of the camera: a reading of Stella Dallas
10. Viewing the world in black and white: race and the melodrama of the unknown woman
11. Howard Hawks and Bringing Up Baby
12. The filmmaker in the film: Octave and the rules of Renoir's game
13. Stagecoach and the quest for selfhood
14. To have and to have not adapted a film from a novel
15. Hollywood and the rise of suburbia
16. Nobody's perfect: Billy Wilder and the postwar American cinema
17. The River
18. Vertigo: the unknown woman in Hitchcock
19. North by Northwest: Hitchcock's monument to the Hitchcock film
20. The villain in Hitchcock
21. Thoughts on Hitchcock's authorship
22. Eternal ve;rite;s: cinema-ve;rite
and classical cinema
23. Visconti's Death in Venice
24. Alfred Guzzetti's Family Portrait Sittings
25. The taste for beauty
26. A Tale of Winter: philosophical thought in the films of Eric Rohmer
27. The 'New Latin American Cinema'
28. What is American about American film study.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Motion pictures