Tag Archives: Truman Capote

Book Review: A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote

“Imagine a morning in late November.” That’s the first line and off we go with a beautiful tale about a little boy and an older woman who is his distant cousin.  They are loose-end relatives and are each other’s best … Continue reading

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Book Review: Summer Crossing by Truman Capote

What? by Truman Capote?  What’s this?  I had thought I’d already read everything by Truman Capote. Yet, supposedly, this manuscript was found in an apartment where he once lived in New York–a book that he referred to sometimes as his … Continue reading

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September Literary Birthdays

It’s time to go back to school!  I always feel a little nostalgic as September rolls along.  I miss going in to school, as a teacher, and getting bulletin boards ready for a new year.  One year I filled the classroom … Continue reading

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