Table of contents for Hitchcock and Poe : the legacy of delight and terror / Dennis R. Perry.

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Preface		00
1	Introduction: Hitchcock and Poe	00
	Eureka and Hitchcock's Canon
2	Ratiocination: Original Unity	00
	"The Purloined Letter" and Murder
3	Apocalypse: Crises of Fragmentation 	00
	"The Masque of the Red Death" and The Birds
4	Inexplicable Predicaments: Diffusion from the Center	00
	"The Pit and the Pendulum" and North by Northwest
5	Doubles: The Universe of Others 	00
	"William Wilson" and Strangers on a Train
6	Imps of the Perverse: Diffusion from the Self 	00
	"The Tell-Tale Heart" and Rope
7	Voyeurism: Eyes of the Perverse	00
	"A Man of the Crowd" and Rear Window
8	Romantic Obsession: Return to Transcendence	00
	"The Fall of the House of Usher" and Vertigo
9	Humor and Horror: Collapsing Into Unity	00
	"Ligeia" and The 39 Steps 
Bibliography	00
Index		00
About the Author	00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899- Criticism and interpretation, Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849 Criticism and interpretation