Friday, July 14, 2017

And sad …

… Tru Life | Humanities. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

The summer after I finished college, I had a job that kept me on the campus, and one day I borrowed from the library Capote's first novel, Other Voices, Other Rooms. I started reading it  on my way home — a long ride on two buses and the subway-elevated. By the time I got home I had nearly finished it. It is wondrously written. As the quotes in this article demonstrate, Capote wrote extremely well. And that is what he should be remembered for.


  1. Other Voices?

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  2. Thanks for catching an embarrassing typo, George.