Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 12 September 2013 Hacker Diagnostic Self-Analysis On the Hacker Diagnostic Exam, I scored a 77%. I struggled in a combination of areas, but mostly with pronoun-antecedent agreement. Question 5 is an example of thi
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 18 October 2013 Thoughtletter 5- Getting to Know Norman Bates In Psycho, I find that the audience is led to get to know Norman the best. Though Marion is the first "main" character, there is a definite shift from
Strangers on a Train is about a man that is trapped. Two strangers meet on a train, and both seem to have people they wouldn't mind "getting rid of." Bruno suggests they do a "crisscross" murder, each killing the other's target. Guy does
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 3 October 2013 Shadow of a Doubt: Plot Segmentation C. Credits 1. New York a. Camera pans showing bridge, junkyard near the shoreline, city skyline. b. Shows kids playing in street, then shows stoop and window usi
WRIT111/CAMS115 Wood, Fall 2013
Your name Chandler Cummings
TL6: Statement of Intent for Your Research Project I hereby declare my intention to investigate Psycho through reading, research, and analysis. (your choices: Psycho, The Birds, Vertigo). If you
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 27 November 2013 Thoughtletter 9- American Beauty For the final assignment, I would like to explore Sam Mendes's film, American Beauty. This film interests me for several reasons: its Hitchcockian aspects, its cha
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 4 November 2013 Thoughtletter 8- Skeleton Draft Voyeurism is exhibited not only by Norman Bates in Psycho, but also by those watching the film, or any film for that matter.
As moviegoers, we are able to "secretly"
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 28 October 2013 Thoughtletter 7 Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema by Laura Mulvey: "In a world ordered by sexual imbalance, pleasure in looking has been split between active/male and passive/female." I agree wi
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 6 December 2013
Writer's Manual Introductions
Transcribe a successful introductory paragraph. Identify its elements (strong opener, context, problem-posing, motive, thesis).
In Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt
Chandler Cummings Professor Wood WRIT 111 16 September 2013 Thoughtletter 3 In Robin Wood's "Preface to the Revised Edition" of his book Hitchcock's Films Revisited, he directly states in the first sentence that this has given him the opportunity to exami
Amber Walker Writ 111/CAMS115 Professor Wood Thoughtletter 4: Plot Segmentation Shadow of a Doubt C. Credits/ Title (Shadow of a Doubt 1. Bedroom Scene in Philadelphia: (low lighting- shadows casted) a. Charlie Oakley lays in bed b. Charlie leaves his hom
Amber Walker Writ 111/CAMS115 Professor Wood Thoughtletter 7 When discussing mechanisms of the mind author Segmund Freud states, "This is that an uncanny effect is often and easily produced by effacing the distinction between imagination and reality, such
Preliminary Bibliography Research Question_ _ _ Research Question- relationship between the spectator and Norman-we share
his mind, somehow? I sort of think you might be leaning toward the last point, because you do mention the film's highly subjective ca
Amber Walker Writ 111/CAMS115 Professor Wood
Thoughtletter 3 In Hitchcock's Films Revisited Revised Edition by Robin Wood, the author bridges the gap between his thoughts and ideas about the film North to Northwest with our view as the audience. Wood open
Amber Walker Writ 111/CAMS 115 Professor Wood Thoughtletter 5 "Which mind do we get to know best in Pyscho and what does Hitchcock do to help us know that mind?" In the 1960 film Pyscho, directed by Alfred, the viewer gets to know the mind of Marion Crane
Wood, Take-Home Exam: Writer's Manual Amber Walker Writ 111/ CAMs 115 Professor Wood
Introductions Transcribe a successful introductory paragraph. Identify its elements (strong opener, context, problemposing, motive, thesis). In a scene fro
WRIT111/CAMS115 Wood, Fall 2013
Your name_Amber Walker_
TL6: Statement of Intent for Your Research Project I hereby declare my intention to investigate _Psycho_ through reading, research, and analysis. (your choices: Psycho, The Birds, Vertigo). If you wa
Amber Walker December 8, 2013 Writ 111/CAMS 115 Paper 4: What's Make a Film Hitchcockian?
Hitchcockian Elements in Almodovar's Talk to Her In his 2002 film Talk to Her, director Pedro Almodovar introduces his audience to two male characters whom we quickl