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PMLA (2001) - Theories and methodologies: Collaboration and concepts of authorship




Carringer offers alternative readings of a canonical text, each of which ultimately derives from one of the original authorial models. The first is an ambitious queer theory reading of Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 classic "Strangers on a Train," and the second is a reconsideration of the film's queer issues from the perspective of collaborative authorship.