Must We Kill the Thing We Love? : Emersonian Perfectionism and the Films of Alfred Hitchcock.
William Rothman argues that the driving force of Hitchcock's work was his struggle to reconcile the dark vision of his favorite Oscar Wilde quote, Each man kills the thing he loves," with the quintessentially American philosophy, articulated in Emerson's writings, that gave classical...
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New York :
Columbia University Press,
|Series:||Film and culture.