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Scarecrow Press, 1992 (Hardcover)
Hitchcock and Homosexuality: His 50 Year Obsession with Jack the Ripper and the Superbitch Protitute - a Psychoanalytic View
Price, Theodore
Methuen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press. 1992.
416pp. Bibliography, Index. [Partial Ripper Content]
ISBN: 081082471X

Casebook Review:

A look at Hitchcock's cinematic work, and the recurring themes of homosexuality and "Ripper-like" characters throughout. Well-written, but recommended only for film- and Hitchcock-buffs.


Related pages:
  Alfred Hitchcock
       Dissertations: Ripper Films: An Overview