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. The himself was a terrible student in school and only cared about his English classes. However, he wasn’t interested with school. So after graduating high school he decided to move back to New York and pursue a career in writing. Truman’s first job as a writer came when he was eighteen. He was to work at The New Yorker as a copyboy (www.teenreads.com). His early stories were published in Harper’ Bazaar. This helped to establish his literary reputation when he was in his twenties (Price v). Capote was never married and had no children. The one thing other than his writing that made Capote unique was the fact that he was homosexual. His partner of 35 years was Jack Dunphy, a gay novelist and playwright. Live love bark Capote was quite the socialite. He established high-society friends. He also held fancy “Hollywood” type parties at studio 54. “Hollywood” type of parties meaning these parties there were filled of alcohol and fueled by many different types of drugs.
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