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Conversations with Capote (Signet) (edició 1986)

de Lawrence Grobel (Autor)

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Who but Truman Capote would dare to saythat about (among many, many others) Jacqueline Onassis, Norman Mailer, Montgomery Clift, André Gide, Marilyn Monroe, Lee Radziwill, Tennessee Williams, J. D. Salinger, Gore Vidal, and Elizabeth Taylor? Equally pointed is Capote's talk about himself-his childhood and early fame, his bouts with drugs and alcohol, his homosexuality, his assessment of his talent and his work, includingIn Cold Blood. He has definite opinions about good writing, and he isn't shy about saying who he thinks the biggest phonies are among his fellow writers.Conversations with Capote-which Capote intended to be the definitive in-depth interview-makes both the man and his times come alive and has what theSan Diego Union called the "quality that will bring readers to it again and again."… (més)
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Títol:Conversations with Capote (Signet)
Autors:Lawrence Grobel (Autor)
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Always fascinated by Capote - ever since I first saw him on the Dick Cavett Show telling that story about the dog jumping off of the balcony from several stories up. He's talking. ( )
  dbsovereign | Jan 26, 2016 |
Pulled this one out of the TBR stack after watching Capote on DVD. I don't know why I'm fascinated by Capote. He could be such a mean, bitchy little gossip, but I can't help myself. I still think he was brilliant. This book has a great introduction written by James Michener where he thanks Capote for being so flamboyant and outrageous. He said people needed to be reminded that artists weren't like other people, and since most writers are, like Michener, plodding, boring people, Capote was sort of taking up their slack.

So, the conversations in this book were about growing up, being famous, writing both In Cold Blood and Answered Prayers, celebrities, other writers, homosexuality, and drug/alcohol abuse. Interesting stuff, even if there are a few rather sharp barbs interspersed throughout.

I'll probably read Gerald Clarke's biography of Capote soon. ( )
  jennyo | Apr 23, 2006 |
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Who but Truman Capote would dare to saythat about (among many, many others) Jacqueline Onassis, Norman Mailer, Montgomery Clift, André Gide, Marilyn Monroe, Lee Radziwill, Tennessee Williams, J. D. Salinger, Gore Vidal, and Elizabeth Taylor? Equally pointed is Capote's talk about himself-his childhood and early fame, his bouts with drugs and alcohol, his homosexuality, his assessment of his talent and his work, includingIn Cold Blood. He has definite opinions about good writing, and he isn't shy about saying who he thinks the biggest phonies are among his fellow writers.Conversations with Capote-which Capote intended to be the definitive in-depth interview-makes both the man and his times come alive and has what theSan Diego Union called the "quality that will bring readers to it again and again."

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