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Who wrote the book
The short story “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” wrote American writer and playwright Truman Garcia Capote (1924 – 1984). Born and raised Truman in New Orleans. Childhood was not very happy about the divorce of his parents and associated with frequent moving and loneliness.
The boy taught himself to read and write. Writing talent was already evident at a young age. With 11 years of writing stories in school Newspapers and magazines.
During his life wrote many novels, detective stories, adventure books. The most famous novel by Truman Capote “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, written in 1961. This is a classic piece you can read on our website in full.
In the novel, the story is told on behalf of an unnamed writer. He met Holly attractive, but somewhat frivolous girl who shared with him their experiences and candid stories about his life.
The heroine of the novel is always striving for something, wanting to find their place in life, but she is not obtained. The novel from the first page plunges the reader into the atmosphere of social life, engaging readers to become unwitting participants in the events.
The novel attracts openness, the ability to know the innermost thoughts and secrets, but not learn anything. This is the mystery and charm of the main character Holly. Her masterfully created image beckons memorable turns of phrase, habits. The young girl developed a sense of beauty, she knows the value of luxury.
Holly, frivolous playgirl who eats Breakfast every day at Tiffany & Co, looking at other people’s jewelry and hoping to meet a rich man who can give luxurious gifts. Typically, these women do not bring sympathy, but Holly is so childishly naive that weirdness of her character not to notice, even imbued with sympathy and compassion.
Holly had to grow up early, in his younger years, it can accurately define the very essence of man. For the appearance of a socialite hiding a pure heart, open to love and dreams. How many girls like Holly, who are in search of themselves!
The book is small in size and easy to read in one breath. Will appeal to readers expressive, memorable dialogue, figurative expressions, the style of narration.
The literary classic that is easy to read thanks to the writing talent of the Hood. Will Holly find what you were looking for, you can learn reading online free of charge on our website the book of Truman Capote “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
Quotes from the book
“Daylight escape easily, and the night is inevitable, and dreams are the giant cage”;
“Wild animals you can not love: the more you do, the stronger they get. And when I get strong enough to run into the woods. Or fly into a tree. Then a taller tree. Then in the sky. That’s how you’ll end up, Mr. bell. If you let yourself love a wild thing, will end up only going to look at the sky”;
“In this world, nothing belongs to us. Just we things find each other.The way to happiness is not always asphalt”.