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The men who knew too much : Henry James and Alfred Hitchcock / edited by Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel
New York : Oxford University Press, c2012
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Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PS2124 .M46 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject James, Henry, 1843-1916 -- Criticism and interpretation
Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980 -- Criticism and interpretation
Subject(s) Motion pictures and literature -- United States
Physical Description viii, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-248) and index
Contents Reading James with Hitchcock, seeing Hitchcock through James / Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel -- National bodies / Susan M. Griffin -- Secrets, lies, and virtuous attachments: The ambassadors and The 39 steps / Brenda Austin-Smith -- Henry James and Alfred Hitchcock after the American century: circulation and non-return in The American scene and Strangers on a train / Brian T. Edwards -- Colonial discourse and the unheard other in Washington Square and The man who knew too much / Alan Nadel -- Bump: concussive knowledge in James and Hitchcock / Mary Ann O'Farrell -- James's Birdcage/Hitchcock's Birds / Patrick O'Donnell -- Sounds of silence in The wings of the dove and Blackmail / Donatella Izzo -- The perfect enigma / Judith Roof -- Hands, objects and love in James and Hitchcock: Reading the touch in The golden bowl and Notorious / Jonathan Freedman -- The touch of the real: circumscribing Vertigo / Eric Savoy -- Specters of respectability: Victorian horrors in The turn of the Screw and Psycho / Aviva Briefel -- Caged heat: feminist rebellion in Henry James's In the cage and Alfred Hitchcock's Rear window / John Carlos Rowe -- Shadows of modernity: What Maisie knew and Shadow of a Doubt / Thomas B. Byers -- Awkward ages: James and Hitchcock in between / Mark Goble
Alternate Author Griffin, Susan M., 1953-
Nadel, Alan, 1947-

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