Hitchcock; The First Forty-Four Films
An influential study, not often found in the English language edition
First thus, paperback. 21 × 14cm, 178pp.
An influential, chronological analysis of Hitchcock's first forty-four films, from Number Thirteen (1922) to The Wrong Man (1957), focuses on the recurrent motif of the exchange and on the growth of a unified body of work. Illustrated.
Very good condition, with light wear to the covers.