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Otras Voces, Otros Ambitos - a book by Capote, Truman

Otras Voces, Otros Ambitos

Otras Voces, Otros Ambitos( )
Author: Capote, Truman
ISBN:978-607-31-1417-2
Publication Date:Jul 2013
Publisher:Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial
Imprint:Debolsillo
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:USD $10.00
Book Description:

Otras voces, otros ámbitos reveló al mundo el genio de Truman Capote. La novela está habitada por personajes inolvidables: Amy, obsesionada con la idea de la caridad y la beneficencia; las mellizas Idabel y Florabel; Randolph, el visionario alucinado y homosexual; Jesús Fiebre y Pequeño Luz de Sol, dos viejos hechiceros negros; Joel, el niño en el umbral del adolescente que vive desvelado por imágenes entrevistas. Todo un mundo misterioso y deslumbrante comparece ante nuestros...
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Pages:224
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):4.91 x 7.49 x 0.6 Inches
Book Weight:0.375 Pounds
Author Biography
Capote, Truman (Author)
Truman Capote, 1924 - 1984 Novelist and playwright Truman Streckfus Person was born in 1924 in New Orleans to a salesman and a 16-year-old beauty queen. His parents divorced when he was four years old and was then raised by relatives for a few years in Monroeville. His mother was remarried to a successful businessman, moved to New York, and Truman adopted his stepfather's surname. He attended Greenwich High School and never went to college. When he was 17, Capote's formal education ended when he was employed at The New Yorker magazine. He belived he did not need to go to college to be a writer, since he was writing seriously since age 11.

Capote's first novel was "Other Voices, Other Rooms" (1948), which told the story of a boy growing up in the Deep South. "The Grass Harp" (1951) is about a young boy and his elderly cousin discovering that some compromise is necessary for people to live together in a community and was adapted to screen in 1996. The play "The House of Flowers" (1954) is a musical set in a West Indies bordello. Capote then wrote, "Breakfast at Tiffanys" (1958), which tells the story of how Holly Golightly goes to New York seeking happiness. Capote became preoccupied with journalism and, sparked by the murder of a wealthy family in Holcomb, Kansas, began interviewing the locals to recreate the lives of the murderers and their victims. The research and writing for this novel, "In Cold Blood" (1966), took six years for him to complete.

Other works of Capote's include the classic "A Christmas Memory" (1966), which is an autobiographical account of a seven-year-old boy, his cousin, and an eccentric old lady, "Music for Chameleons" (1981), which is a collection of short pieces, interviews, stories and conversations that were published in several magazines, and "One Christmas" (1982).

On August 26, 1984 in Los Angeles, Truman Capote died of liver disease complicated by phlebitis and multiple drug intoxication. Published after h

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