Truman Capote's Rise To Fame

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Truman Capote is most recognized for his famous novel Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which was later made into a Hollywood movie. There was more to him though then just his talented writing. The life of Truman Capote was full of delectation and dismay. He was thought by some as a pioneer of his time with his writing, but also his openness to his homosexuality. In the social circle he was well known for his extravagant Black and White Ball held in New York City. Capote was a smart, honest man that had a rather dark side about him setting him apart from others. The attributes that made him famous, in the end, lead to his demise. His career began as most struggling writers often did, just trying to catch a break. He got his first “foot
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