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1 Broussac and Capote refused to read the signs and so made their most dreadful mistake.
2 Capote took such pleasure in his witty ripostes.
3 Capote doesn't shrink from exploring the brutality of the killers, but he also forces us to consider their wounded humanity.
4 That was how Truman Capote summed up the murders with somewhat greater drama, referring to the four Clutter victims and their two attackers who died later on the gallows.
5 Capote died of excess six years after this photo was taken — to which his bitter rival Gore Vidal supposedly quipped, "Good career move."
6 There's the winner of the Truman Capote look - alike contest.
7 Capote Duncan , a big shot in the pub - lishing world.
8 With the help of the Hopes, Capote and Harper Lee went on to inveigle themselves into the lives of other key figures in town, notably the Deweys with whom Capote became lifelong friends.
9 While Capote held forth, Harper Lee accompanied Delores into the kitchen, where they bonded over cooking a goose.
10 Like Philip Seymour Hoffman in Capote, Williams fully embodies the historic character.
11 One sequence, directed by Bennett Miller, of "Capote(sentencedict.com), " was squeezed out altogether but was shown to the in-theater audience during a commercial break.
12 She agreed to accompany Capote to act as what he called his "assistant researchist".
13 Actor Dan Futterman, whose screenplay for the film "Capote" earned an Oscar nomination, portrays Pearl in the movie.
14 In Cold Blood is a masterpiece of Truman Capote, a representative writer of new journalism.
15 Rupp recalls that in the one interview he granted Capote, most of the questions were asked by Harper Lee, so much so that "sometimes I wonder who really wrote that book".
16 The story of how it came to be written became the 2005 movie Capote,[www.Sentencedict.com] followed by Infamous the following year.
17 Some days she was able to pick herself up, and Truman Capote, lunching with her early in June, was surprised to note, “There was a new maturity about her eyes.
18 As Christmas approached in 1959, Delores took pity on Capote and Harper Lee, imagining them sitting in their hotel rooms with nowhere to go. So she invited them to Christmas lunch.
19 As the pioneering and classic work of new-journalism, In Cold Blood is claimed by Truman Capote to be a real account of a murder case.
20 This is the Sicily that the writers (Goethe, Waugh, and Capote) all loved. Here, wrote DH Lawrence, "is the dawn coast of Europe".
21 He said he’d never “had the annoyance” of meeting Truman Capote, who apparently sicced various “crazy people” on him, people who all closed their letters by saying that Truman sent his best regards.
22 Years before the huge success of his "non-fiction novel" In Cold Blood, Truman Capote had already staked out a distinctive place in Hollywood.
23 The Hopes too remain fans, cherishing the first-edition copy that Capote autographed for them.
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