Table of contents for Hitchcock : past and future / edited by Richard William Allen and Sam Ishii-Gonzales.


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Hitchcock, Past and Future
Table of Contents
Chronology
Introduction
Richard Allen
Section I 	Authorship and Aesthetics
1. Hitch: A Tale of Two Cities (London and Los Angeles)	
Peter Wollen
2. Hitchcock and Humor 
James Naremore 
3. Doubles and Doubts in Hitchcock û The German Connection
Bettina Rosenbladt
4. The Object and the Face: Notorious, Bergman and the Close-Up
Joseph McElhaney
5. Unknown Hitchcock: The Unrealized Projects
Sydney Gottlieb
Section II	French Hitchcock
6. To Catch a Liar: Bazin, Chabrol and Truffaut Encounter Hitchcock
James M. Vest
7. Hitchcock, The First Forty-Four Films: Chabrol and Rohmer's "Politique des 
Auteurs"
Walter Raubicheck
8. Hitchcock with Deleuze
Sam Ishii-Gonzales
Section III	Poetics and Politics of Identity
9. Music and Identity: The Struggle for Harmony in Vertigo
Daniel Srebnick
10. The Silence of The Birds: Sound Aesthetics and Public Space in Later Hitchcock
Angelo Restivo
11. The Master, The Maniac, and Frenzy: Hitchcock's Legacy of Horror
Adam Lowenstein
12. Hitchcock's Ireland: The Performance of Irish Identity in Juno and the Paycock and 
Under Capricorn
James Morrison
13. Hitchcock and Hom(m)osexuality
Patricia White
Section IV	Death and Transfiguration
14. Death Drives
Laura Mulvey
15. Of "Farther Uses of the Dead to the Living": Hitchcock and Bentham
Miran Bozovic
16. Is There A Proper Way To Remake A Hitchcock Film?
Slavoj Zizek
Contributor's notes




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899- Criticism and interpretation