History Meets Imagination: "In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote.
A newspaper article on the massacre of the Clutters family is what inspired Truman Capote to write his most famous work, "In Cold Blood". Based on a true story with a couple twists of Capote's imagination, a nonfiction novel is introduced to American literature. Truman Capote's term of a nonfiction novel is claimed successful in his best-seller, "In Cold Blood".
The fact that the Clutters killing really occurred and the historical details Capote includes in the story sets the mood of a non-fictional narrative. The murder of the Clutters shocks every family in "Holcomb, Kansas" (Capote, In…
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