Table of contents for Hitchcock and the methods of suspense / William Hare ; foreword by Robert Kendall.

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Table of Contents
1-A Breakthrough Spy Adventure: The 39 Steps (1935)0
2-America, Selznick and a Gothic Challenge: Rebecca (1940)00
3-Tranquility in the Midst of War00
4-Selznick and Psychiatry in Post-War Hollywood00
5-Hitchcock's Grand Leap into Psychodrama00
6-Hitchcock's Auteur Days amid More Psychodrama000
7-Voyeurism as High Art000
8-Hopelessly in Love with a Woman Who Never Was000
9-Low-Budget Horror Jackpot000
10-The Master in Maturity000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Suspense in motion pictures, television, etc.