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The Bloodletting Bookseller: 10 Murderous Questions with Caroline Kepnes

With the creation of bookshop assistant Joe Goldberg in her debut novel, You, American thriller writer Caroline Kepnes imagined a compelling and strangely attractive serial killer. 916 more words
Author Interview

Truman Capote: Inner Music

“To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about, but the inner music that words make.”-Truman Capote 

Writers

“Other Voices, Other Rooms” (1948) Book Review: About Coming-of-age, the South and Living with Ghosts.

“Other Voices, Other Rooms” takes us prisoners in the life of Joel Knox, a 13-year old American boy, himself a prisoner in post-colonial Alabama. Do you remember what was like when you were thirteen? 1,222 more words

Nelle and Tru (For Harper Lee)

“I hate going outside, I absolutely hate it, hate it, hate it,” said Nelle to the sad-looking boy standing at the porch door.
“You’ve gotta come, ya just gotta,” said the boy. 781 more words

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Livro: Breakfast at Tiffany's (Truman Capote)

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” ou “Bonequinha de Luxo” é o trabalho mais conhecido de Truman Capote, em grande parte devido à versão cinematográfica com Audrey Hepburn como protagonista. 503 more words

Livros

Breakfast at Tiffany's... I'd rather share it with Paul

I loved this film long before I realised what it was truly about. It wasn’t until I read Capote’s original (and much colder) novella that I actually realised what kind of good-time girl Holly Golightly was. 391 more words

Audrey Hepburn

Happy Birthday, Audrey Hepburn!

The actress would have been 87 years old today.

Film