Saturday, April 18, 2009

Hour 4: Breakfast at Tiffany's



Fourth hour, fourth book completed. (Mind you, all my books for the read-a-thon were jump started; I'm not really reading books...I'm finishing them.)

And not just another book completed...another GREAT book completed. I would recommend highly all the books I've read today.

Breakfast at Tiffany's. I'd seen the movie. I've read two other Capote books and was wowed by them. Breakfast at Tiffany's is equally wonderful. The juxtaposition of our narrator and Holly Golightly makes the book. Holly would probably be called manic-depressive today when she was hospitalized but to the narrator and her other admirers she has that rare zest for life that is to wonderous to behold. Others, more thoughtful observers, would also see in Holly the devastation she left in her wake.

A powerful story.

2 comments:

  1. Looks good. Why did I not know there was a book behind the film?!? Keep up the great reading, and I'll be back!

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  2. OH --- I LOVE this strategy!! I will have to remember it for the next read-a-thon!

    You are doing GREAT :)

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