RESULTS FOR Alfred Hitchcock

All that Exists for the Audience: On Gabriel Blackwell’s Madeline E.

Nathan Knapp


In a kind of “literature of bewilderment,” Gabriel Blackwell takes the form of film criticism (that is, a book-length dissection of the mysteries at work in Hitchcock’s Vertigo) and blends it with memoir, philosophy, and memory-maze, to mesmerizing results. Nathan Knapp reviews.


Eric G. Wilson


“If you haven’t read Hamlet, you’ve read Hamlet.” Eric G. Wilson waxes rhizomatically about performing as Hamlet as a student, his first sexual encounter, and Hitchcock’s manipulative visions.