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Hitchcock at the source

R. Barton Palmer

Hitchcock at the source

the auteur as adaptor

by R. Barton Palmer

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Published by SUNY Press in Albany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism and interpretation,
  • History and criticism,
  • Film adaptations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by R. Barton Palmer and David Boyd
    SeriesThe SUNY series, horizons of cinema, SUNY series, horizons of cinema
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1998.3.H58 H558 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 327 p. :
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25115507M
    ISBN 101438437498, 143843748X
    ISBN 109781438437491, 9781438437484
    LC Control Number2011003059
    OCLC/WorldCa701242234

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Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adapter (SUNY series, Horizons of Cinema) Paperback – September 1, by R.

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Barton, Boyd, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or by: 2. Hitchcock at the Source by R. Barton Palmer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adapter. The adaptation of literary works to the screen has been the subject of increasing, and increasingly sophisticated, critical and scholarly attention in recent years, but most studies of the subject have continued to privilege literature over film by taking the literary sources as their starting point.2/5(1).

Rather than examining the processes by which a particular author has been adapted into a diversity of films by different filmmakers, the contributors in Hitchcock at the Source consider the processes by which a varied range of literary sources have been transformed by one filmmaker into an impressive body of by: 2.

“Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adapter” is a collection of scholarly essays about Alfred Hitchcock’s film adaptations (compiled and edited by R. Barton Palmer and David Boyd). While one might be tempted to compare this book to “Hitchcock and Adaptation: On the Page and Screen ” (which was edited by Mark Osteen), this would be.

The focus on the sources of Hitchcock's plots and ideas never diminishes the genius of Hitchcock. The real reward here is the comparison between literary achievement and cinematic achievement." -- CHOICE "The complexity and sweep of this book are staggering; this is a one-stop source for information on the literary origins of Hitchcock's works.

This is a one-of-a-kind text, which 1/5(1). Throughout his career, Alfred Hitchcock transformed a variety of literary sources - novels, plays, short stories - into what is arguably the most coherent and distinctive (narratively, stylistically, and thematically) of all directorial oeuvres.

The book reveals how aware Hitchcock was of the popular literary and film culture of his time. For instance, he bought the movie rights to the novel, To Catch a Thief, before its publication. The editors write that the point of Hitchcock at the Source is to acknowledges the "deep roots of Hitchcockian cinema within Victorian and modern literary culture" (5).

Throughout his career, Alfred Hitchcock transformed a variety of literary sources—novels, plays, short stories—into what is arguably the most coherent and distinctive (narratively, stylistically, and thematically) of all directorial oeuvres.

Hitchcock at the Source is very much dans le vent of contemporary adaptation studies in privileging a cinematic paradigm, reversing the customary directionality of inquiry, which begins with the page and ends with the screen.

But in Hitchcock studies this book also breaks new ground by restoring to critical focus the shaping power of the. The book reveals how aware Hitchcock was of the popular literary and film culture of his time.

For instance, he bought the movie rights to the novel, To Catch a Thief, before its publication. The editors write that the point of Hitchcock at the Source is to acknowledges the “deep roots of Hitchcockian cinema within Victorian and modern literary culture” (5). Hitchcock at the source: the auteur as adaptor.

[R Barton Palmer; David Boyd;] -- Featured in this book are 19 original essays, ranging across the entirety of Alfred Hitchcock's career, that consider the ways in which he adapted and transformed a variety of literary works.

“Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adapter” is a collection of scholarly essays about Alfred Hitchcock’s film adaptations (compiled and edited by R. Barton Palmer and David Boyd).

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London. Hitchcock began his career as a director in and became prominent with The 39 Steps () and The Lady Vanishes (). In he began working in the United States. Genre/Form: Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hitchcock at the source.

Albany: State University of New York Press, © First published by Éditions Robert Laffont, it is based on a exchange between Hitchcock and Truffaut, in which the two directors spent a week in a room at Universal Studios talking about Hitchcock's death, Truffaut updated the book with a new preface and final chapter on Hitchcock's later films.

The book is the inspiration for the documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut. R. Barton Palmer is Calhoun Lemon Professor of Literature at Clemson University. His previous books include Invented Lives, Imagined Communities: The Biopic and American National Identity (coedited with William H.

Epstein) and Hitchcock at the Source: The Auteur as Adaptor (coedited with David Boyd), both also published by SUNY Press. Homer B. Pettey is Professor of Pages:.

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The new book “Scripting Hitchcock” puts these films under the microscope, examining the process by which the Master of Suspense reshaped the source material for each into three of his most debated films.Hitchcock was nominated for Best Director, his first of five such nominations.

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