Cruelty In Truman Capote's In Cold Blood

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Throughout the novel “ In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote, the author explores the idea of cruelty. He portrays how inhuman and emotionally detached people can be even when acting without rage. The idea of cruelty is depicted both in the brutal murder of the Clutter family and the impetuous sentence of the criminals, which Capote describes as merciless act. The author explores the apparently unmotivated murder of a well-known, respected, and loved family of the City of Holcomb, Kansas. He describes the madness and cold-blooded crime in detail, evidencing the savage and brutal act. The idea of cruelty is taken up again with the sentencing of the criminals to the death penalty. The author criticizes the death penalty system in the USA and brings
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