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Hitchcock's Motifs by Michael Walker

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Hitchcock's Motifs
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Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 9053567739
ISBN-13: 9789053567739
Number of pages: 493

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Starting from recurring objects, settings, character-types and events, Michael Walker tracks some forty motifs, themes and clusters across the whole of Hitchcock's oeuvre, including not only all his 52 extant feature films but also representative episodes from his TV series.

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