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InIn Cold Blood A True Account of a Multiple Murder and Its ConsequencesTruman Capote uses greed selfishness and heartlessness in able to show the banality of evil The author ofIn Cold Blood talks about a murder of the Clutter family in Holcomb Kansas in 1966The Clutter family consisted of Mr and Mrs Clutter Eveanna Beverly Nancy and Kenyon Clutter Mr Herb Clutter was a devout Methodist and was very well to do in that time period He lived on a farm in Holcomb Kansas He always helped out everyone in the town he wouldnt say no to anyone who asked for help Dad was always trying to help out someone Beverly said and he didnt want any credit for it He had four children three girls Beverly Nancy and Eveanna and a boy Kenyon His wife Bonnie suffered from slight depression but she was a very sweet lady His wifes condition tore Mr Clutter apart he hated seeing his wife like that She gave up her nursing career to marry Mr Clutter and become a housewife Nancy Clutter was sixteen years old a star student she was the principle of her class a teachers pet She loved music sewing and baking She was dating and said she was in love with Bobby Rump the star of the high school football team Kenyon Clutter was fifteen and didnt like girls yet and loved to hunt and be in their basement workshop making things Beverly Clutter survived was trying to become a nurse in Kansas City at the time of the murder Eveanna survived was also in school at the time of the murder Capote 3-6Truman Capote wrote this book about the murder in 1959 and it was published in 1966 Capote was born in New Orleans in 1924 His mom abandoned him and he lived with aunts and uncles who raised him He has always loved to write and write all the time Early in
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