Table of contents for After Hitchcock : influence, imitation, and intertextuality / edited by David Boyd and R. Barton Palmer.

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	David Boyd and R. Barton Palmer
I: Psycho Recycled
1. For Ever Hitchcock: Psycho and Its Remakes
	Constantine Verevis
2. Hitchcockian Silence: Psycho and Jonathan Demme's The Silence 
of the Lambs
	Lesley Brill
II: The Return of the Repressed
3. Shadows of Shadow of a Doubt
	Adam Knee
4. Psycho or Psychic? Hitchcock, Dead Again, and the Paranormal
	Ina Rae Hark
III: The Politics of Intertextuality
5. The Hitchcock Romance and the \'70s Paranoid Thriller
	R. Barton Palmer
6. Exposing the Lies of Hitchcock's Truth
	Walter Metz
IV: Found in Translation
7. Red Blood on White Bread: Hitchcock, Chabrol, and French 
	Richard Neupert
8. "You're Tellin' Me You Didn't See": Hitchcock's Rear Window 
and Antonioni's Blow-Up
	Frank P. Tomasulo
9. Melo-Thriller: Hitchcock, Genre, and Nationalism in Pedro 
Almod¿var's Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
	Ernesto R. Acevedo-Mu¿oz
10. "Knowing Too Much" about Hitchcock: The Genesis of the 
Italian Giallo
	Philippe Met
V: Theoretically Hitchcockian
11. Death at Work: Hitchcock's Violence and Spectator 
	Robert Sklar
12. Hitchcock and the Classical Paradigm
	John Belton
VI: Modus Operandi
13. How to Steal from Hitchcock
	Thomas M. Leitch
Notes on Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899- -- Criticism and interpretation.
Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899- -- Influence.
Thrillers (Motion pictures, television, etc.) -- History and criticism.