Hitchcock: Ravenous Look–Wine and Dine with Hitch

Dinner With Hitchcock The Ravenous Gaze Eating and Drinking in Hitchcock’s Work  Book Proposal*  Dr. Emanuel Levy  * This proposal is registered with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Library of Congress Dinner With Hitchcock The Ravenous Gaze More books have been written about Alfred Hitchcock than about any other director. However, surprisingly, […]

Film Theory: Literary Approach–Novels into Films

Literary Approach–Novels into Films Similarities: Both film and lit share a common nature as discourse (ecriture) Both are textual and intertextual Both can foreground their constructed nature Both can elicit the active collaboration of their readers/spectators The difference between verbal and visual expression is so great that the “faithfulness” becomes a very relative notion. Yet […]

Books into Films: Crime Novels by William P. McGiven

Books into Films: Crime Novels by William P. McGiven

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Greatness: Bill Dorris’s The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great

Bill Dorris’s book, The Arrival of The Fittest: How The Great Become Great (2009), address the role of chance over the course of development, the importance of the development of unique personal characteristics to achieving greatness, and the influence of changes in the wider worlds surrounding the person–from interpersonal to societal–on an individual’s development.