Most of his Alas, Truman Capote, probably one of the greatest 20th century American writers of all time. Capote was a large part of the Southern Gothic literary movement. He really did not write in a set genre, he created his own which is commonly known as nonfiction fiction. His novels, short stories, and plays are mostly recognized as literary classics. Just a girl who loves dogs and has tattoos He is most well-known for his novella Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1958), and In Cold Blood (1965). Many films and other television media have been produced from Truman Capote screenplays and stories. Truman led a hard childhood stricken with divorce and many relocations from place to place. Capote discovered his writing ability around the age of eleven and perfected it throughout the rest of his. At five years old Truman was often seen with a dictionary and a notepad and began writing fiction around the age of eleven. Due to too much partying, Capote began a victim of drug and alcohol abuse throughout most of the 1970s. His problem with alcohol abuse became public when he was arrested for drunk driving. In 1982, he was told his brain was shrinking and that he had only six months to live. Truman died of alcohol/drug abuse on August 23, 1984 in Los Angeles, California. As an author he was widely praised for his style of writing after the publication of his earlier stories.
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