In Cold Blood

Shaw, Patrick W.
January 2000
Modern American Novel of Violence;2000, p85
Literary Criticism
A literary criticism of the novel "In Cold Blood," by Truman Capote being one of American novels of violence is presented. It is said that Capote provides a better understanding for his characters by using meticulous plotting and through the interactions of the characters themselves. In such novel, Capote reportedly used fact and history and manipulated them with imagination and passion.


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