What issues seem to be of central importance to Truman Capote in his novel "In Cold Blood?"
What issues seem to be of central interest
in his novel of In Cold Blood?
Capote wanted to express three purposes of the effects to the murder. Firstly, he wanted to show us the effect it had on such a small community, and why they reacted in the way they did. Why did so many families leave the town of Holcomb, and even suspect their own neighbours as the murderers? Capote then goes onto write a psychological profile of Perry Smith, who was one of the murderers of the Clutter family. What actually drove this man to do such a crime in the first place, and also what was Perry's feelings af…
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