Alfred Hitchcock

9–25 . Morris , Christopher , ' Psycho's Allegory of Seeing , Literature / Film Quarterly , vol . 24 no . ... Feminism , Deconstruction , and the Pursuit of the Tenable in Vertigo ' , Hitchcock Annual , 1996–97 , pp . 3–25 .

Author: Richard Allen

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781838714277

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 384

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This collection of essays displays the range and breadth of Hitchcock scholarship and assesses the significance of his body of work as a bridge between the fin de siecle culture of the 19th century and the 20th century. It engages with Hitchcock's characteristic formal and aesthetic preoccupations.

Annual Report of the Auditor General

24 . Holcomb's Addition , 665 , Vol . 12 . Rose's 2d Alldition , 86 , Vol . 2 . C. D. Stimson & Co.'s Addition , 1241 , Vol . 21 . ... 21 , James L. Hitchcock's 2d Addition , 1502 , Vol . 25 . Kelland's Addition , 1418 , Vol . 24 .

Author: Michigan. Office of the Auditor General


ISBN: UOM:39015074990824

Category: Finance, Public


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Hitchcock Annual Volume 24

A special feature of the volume is an expanded section reviewing current critical work on Hitchcock, including detailed review essays on recent books on such key topics as Hitchcock's comedy, collaborators, approach to acting, notion of ...

Author: Sidney Gottlieb

Publisher: Hitchcock Annual

ISBN: 0231199570


Page: 135

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Hitchcock Annual, volume 24, includes essays on unresolved ambiguities in Suspicion and trauma and recovery in Under Capricorn. A special feature of the volume is an expanded section reviewing current critical work on Hitchcock, including detailed review essays on recent books on such key topics as Hitchcock's comedy, collaborators, approach to acting, notion of pure cinema, and negotiations with censors through the years.

The First True Hitchcock

... Stars—3: One Scene That Made a Girl a Star,” News Chronicle, 3 March 1937, 14. Repr. in HoH 1. 5. Daily Mail, 24 February 1926, 7. 6. “Alma in Wonderland,” Picturegoer, December 1925, 48. Repr. in Hitchcock Annual, vol. 15, 2006–7.

Author: Henry K. Miller

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520343559


Page: 256

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This untold origin story of the filmmaker excavates the first true Hitchcock film and explores its transatlantic history. Alfred Hitchcock called The Lodger "the first true Hitchcock movie," one that anticipated all the others. And yet, the story of how The Lodger came to be made is shrouded in myth, often repeated and much embellished, by even Hitchcock himself. The truth--revealed in new archival discoveries--is stranger still. The First True Hitchcock traces a twelve-month period that encompasses The Lodger's production in 1926 and general release in 1927, presenting a new picture of this pivotal year in Hitchcock's life. Henry K. Miller situates The Lodger against the backdrop of a continent shattered by war and confronted with the looming presence of a new superpower, the United States, whose most visible export was film. The previously untold story of The Lodger's making in the London fog and its attempted remaking in the Los Angeles sun is the story of how Hitchcock became Hitchcock.

Annual Report

Clifford : James L. Hitchcock's 1st Addition , 1266 , Vol . Moses Middaugh's Addition to the S. E. Div . 21 . 1468 , Vol . 24 . James L. IIitchcock's 2d Addition , 1502 , Vol . Pearson's Addition , 1453 , Vol . 24 . 23 . Geo .

Author: Michigan. Dept. of Auditor General


ISBN: UCAL:B2880544



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i ek through Hitchcock

Assisted by Alix Strachey and Alan Tyson, 24 volumes. London: The Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1955b–: 159–215. other Works Allen, Richard. 1997–1998. Avian Metaphor in The Birds. Hitchcock Annual 6: 40–67.

Author: Laurence Simmons

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030624361

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 367

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Maverick Slovenian cultural theorist, philosopher and psychoanalyst Slavoj Žižek has made his name elaborating the complexities of psychoanalytic and Marxist theory through the exotic use of examples from film and popular culture. But what if we were to take Žižek’s pretensions to cinephilia and film criticism seriously? In this book, adopting Žižek’s own tactic of counterintuitive observation, we shall read the corpus of Alfred Hitchcock’s films (‘one of the great achievements of Western civilization’) and Žižek’s idiosyncratic citation of them in order to arrive at a position where we can identify the core commitments that inform Žižek’s own work. From the practice of Hitchcock we shall (hopefully) arrive at a theory of Žižek (just as Žižek in his collection Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lacan (But Were Afraid to Ask Hitchcock) (Verso, 1992) arrives at a theory of Lacan from the practice of Hitchcock). To achieve this goal each chapter looks at a specific film by Hitchcock and explores a specific key concept crucial to the elaboration and core of Žižek’s ideas.

Commissioner of Patents Annual Report

Monthly volume . ... 1210 339 23 667 24 496 01 139 17 588 915 24 1366 382 24 759 783 793 216 208 23 23 2267 1768 1075 303 23 643 1970 23 1587 5 545 ... 20 Hitchcock , Albert L. , Pawtucket , R. I. Coal elevator and bucket 287,831 Nov.

Author: United States. Patent Office


ISBN: UCAL:C2660325

Category: Patents


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