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Breakfast at Tiffanys Truman Capote wrote the novel Breakfast at Tiffanys without a rhyme or a reason He used real life characters possessing different names It is stated that the narrator just might have been Truman himself during his early years in New York It is clear that Mr Capote does not believe in traditional values He himself did come from a wealthy unorthodox family life Capotes ideal woman was created in Holly Golightly Mr Capote uses Authentic Modernism as the literary movement An author can use his or her literature to live out fantasies The theme of the novel is friendship can make people take drastic measures in helping a friend This novel appears to be written for pleasure purposes At the beginning of the novel the narrator starts by explaining the friendship between Joe Bell Holly and himself Capote keeps the reader on his or her toes by there being arguments that would create conflicts putting a halt to the friendships between the main characters Then Holly and the narrator would meet and make up over a drink at Joe Bells bar or Hollys apartment room The bulk of Capotes work persuades usthat both humor and the supernatural are acts of the imagination intended to question our surface evaluations of reality and indeed to affirm the counterreality of fantasy The prevalence of dreams the interest in childhood the negative conception of adolescent initiation the concern with W Wiley 2 self-discovery the emphasis on homoeroticism and the general stasis of
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