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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