Character Analysis Of Perry Smith In Truman Capote's In Cold Blood

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Truman Capote’s most complicated character of In Cold Blood was Perry Smith. Certain traumatic events that occurred throughout his life caused Perry Smith to struggle in his later adulthood. When he was just a young boy, Perry’s parents decided to get a divorce. As a result of this, he was an orphan, but only temporarily. After he was released from the military, Perry wrecked his motorcycle, leaving his legs almost paralyzed. Because of his harrowing life, Perry Smith became one of the most frequently written about character in Truman Capote’s
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