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by Truman Capote

Critical sites about Breakfast at Tiffany’s

A-Travelin’ Through the Pastures of the Sky: A Critical Analysis of Breakfast at Tiffany’s
“Capote’s writing gives the reader a romantic fever of remembrance, of things that are gone and a future that is unknown. The story of Holly Golightly is in a way a part of Capote’s life and perhaps a part of us all. The part that is constantly wondering, roaming, searching for a place to belong. Holly is the epitome of wild things, for what place does a wild thing belong but in the wild?”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Matthew M. Cash

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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013