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Review: In Cold Blood

Truman Capote’s analysis of a crime (based on a true story) produced in In Cold Blood is a truly unique read and teaches readers the different perspectives a supposed cold-blooded killer can have, and how humane their ideas may be. 523 palabras más


CAPOTE (2005) - Philip Seymour Hoffman as the self-centered author/genius Truman Capote

The following is my entry in the Philip Seymour Hoffman Blogathon, being hosted on July 23, 2015 by the blog Epileptic Moon Dancer. Click on the above banner to read critiques of movies starring and co-starring the late, wide-ranging actor! 456 palabras más


Initial Thoughts: In Cold Blood

In Cold Blood by Truman Capote proved to be one of the most insightful books I’ve read to date. The perceptions and opinions that this book allows the reader to make simply makes this book a great teacher for those who care about the ideas a criminal has. 675 palabras más


ICM Partners Sets Plan to Absorb the Helen Brann Agency

ICM Partners and the Helen Brann Agency are in the midst of succession plans under which ICM Partners would acquire representation rights to all clients and titles repped by the literary agency. 309 palabras más


The Beach Diaries 2015 -- #2 in an Occasional Series

A man kisses the forehead of his dog as it rests its front paws on the arm of his wheelchair.

The sky is so insanely, flawlessly blue, with the sea beneath a clear turquoise you feel you could drink and be healed of all your demons, that it almost seems fake. 1.025 palabras más

Review; In Cold Blood

I wasn’t too excited about reading this book, partly because I’d never heard of it, but also because I’d never heard of the author.

I could not put it down, it was absolutely brilliant. 293 palabras más


On Reading a True Crime Novel (and Watching a Great Movie about it)

“In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote is the first True Crime novel I have ever read, and perhaps the only one of this genre that I would read. 336 palabras más