Breakfast at Tiffany's tells the improbable story of a young woman who attracts men the way that moths are attracted to a flame. What is the attraction of this woman?
Today she is regarded at the epitome of elegance and style.
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About the Author
New Orleans native Truman Capote (1924-1984) was one of the most prominent American authors of the postwar era whose best-known books include the novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s (the basis for the 1961 film) and his nonfiction masterpiece In Cold Blood. Capote won the O. Henry Memorial Short Story Prize twice and was a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters. For a time, he and Harper Lee were neighbors in Monroeville, Alabama.
Date of Birth:September 30, 1924
Date of Death:August 25, 1984
Place of Birth:New Orleans, Louisiana
Place of Death:Los Angeles, California
Education:Trinity School and St. John's Academy in New York City and Greenwich High School in Connecticut