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  • Title: A sangre fría
  • Author: Truman Capote
  • ISBN: 9788489669345
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. How much money did you get from the Clutters Between forty and fifty dollars Top Picture Hickock, Richard Eugene WM 28 KBI 97 093 FBI 859 273 A Address Edgerton, Kansas Birthdate 6 6 31 Birthplace K.C Kans Height 5 10 Weight 175 Hair Blond Eyes Blue Build Stout Comp Ruddy Occup Car Painter Crime Cheat Defr Bad Checks Paroled 8 13 59 By So K.C.K.Bottom Picture Smith, Perry Edward WM 27 59 Birthplace Nevada Height 5 4 Weight 156 Hair D Brn Crime BE Arrested blank By blank Disposition Sent KSP 3 13 [...]

  2. I just wonder why it took me so long to get this masterpiece on my currently reading shelf What a breathtaking story And told in the most amazing novelistic style The cold blooded murders in Kansas in 1956 is described by a cold, distant narrator via the interviews of the family, acquaintances, and community around the victims and the the hair raising stories of Perry and Bobby, the murderers It is a real page turner I couldn t put it down The descriptions of the youth of all the tragic protagon [...]

  3. In Cold Blood is the new school classics selection in the group catching up on classics for November 2016 Having read Truman Capote s Breakfast at Tiffany s recently and enjoying his writing, I could not wait to read this nonfiction thriller in advance of the upcoming group read Writing in his relaxing southern style, Capote turns a horrid crime into a story to make the how s and whys accessible to the average American It is in this regard that I rate this thrilling classic five stars On Novembe [...]

  4. At the beginning, In Cold Blood reads like a classic southern gothic tale I ve read about Harper Lee hanging out with Capote while he put this thing together, and at times it feels like she greatly influenced how it was written You meet the Clutters who are just the nicest people in the world out working hard and going to school and being awesome people in the town And, I know there s all this controversy over how the book is written since it adds fictional conversations and thoughts that Capote [...]

  5. After I read it, I looked up pictures of the Clutter family, and just stared for about five minutes They endured what is probably everyone s worst fear.Having never heard anything of the Clutter murders prior to reading this book, the experience of reading it was intense, gripping, and suspenseful from beginning to end Capote, with his impartial writing style, relayed facts and details in such a way as to give a complete character illustration of everyone involved from each of the Clutters, to t [...]

  6. In Cold Blood by Truman Capote was described by its author as a non fiction novel The novel was first published in 1965 and at the time this style of writing, perhaps even the template for a new genre, was fresh and new and bold Almost 50 years later and the disturbing images are as fresh, vibrant and malevolent as when the ink was wet The style of writing has no doubt inspired generations of writers since, but their imitation has done little to diminish the power of Capote s work Whether it was [...]

  7. This book is one of the first, if not the first, true crime novel According to , only Helter Skelter The True Story of the Manson Murders has sold copies in the True Crime category than In Cold Blood While true crime fans might read this today and think that it sounds like your basic true crime story, at the time it was groundbreaking to detail a crime in this much detail and in a format as big as a novel.One of the things it appears that this novel set the precedence for, and that I have seen [...]

  8. This is one of the great ones Capote blankets Holcomb, Kansas with his curiosity The root of this work is a ghastly crime Two recently released convicts, seeking a fortune that did not exist, invade the Clutter family home, tie up the four family members present and leave no witnesses It takes some time for the perpetrators to be identified, then tracked down Capote looks at how the townspeople react to this Many, fearful that one of their own was responsible, become withdrawn How do people mour [...]

  9. PART 1 STEVE S REVIEW4.0 to 4.5 stars Written over a period of 7 years and published in 1966, this novel, while not technically the first true crime non fiction novel, is credited correctly with establishing the genre and being the progenitor of today s true crime novel I would certainly agree that most of the other true crime novels that I have read followed almost the exact blue print laid out by Capote in this book That is quite a testament to the technical excellence of this novel.The book r [...]

  10. I thought to myself, do I need to write another review for one of the best true crime books ever written And then I thought, yeah, you do You ve written reviews on terrible, stupid and boring books and a book this good, it definitely deserves another one This is the best story about true crime that I have ever read Hands down.After painting a peaceful scene in the Midwest plains of America, evil makes it s presence felt This is how the book starts and Truman Capote s writing had my blood chilled [...]

  11. It is clear from reading In Cold Blood that not only is Philip Seymour Hoffman an excellent writer, but he is also an in depth researcher Every line in this book is painstakingly detailed and therein, as they say, is the devil Well, the devil had me hooked from start to finish.Beginning with a day in the life of the Clutter family shortly before four of its members were slain, Mr Hoffman presents the real life tale of the murders as well as its aftermath in a somewhat nonlinear fashion, skipping [...]

  12. Unashamedly my favourite book of all time Written originally as a piece for the New York Post by Capote, he later developed it into this novel.I have very little to say of the plot because YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK YOURSELF The dawning of a new type of literature the true crime book but still not as we know it today Today s true crime are full of fact after grisly fact, who shot who and countless mass murders or gangland wars Don t get me wrong I love those books too.In Cold Blood is different [...]

  13. This book is another example of why I m not all that interested in nonfiction, or maybe it s just true crime in general The writing was stellar, the characterization was well done, the scenes were vividly captured, and the dialog was spot on Yet this story somehow failed to captivate me In fact, it took me nearly the same amount of time to read Stephen King s kitten squisher of a novel The Stand as it did this book, which is roughly the size At first glance, there are only a few things I could p [...]

  14. Within 10 minutes of finishing In Cold Blood you ll be on the internet searching for pictures of the killers and victims of this real world multiple slaying narrated brilliantly by Truman Capote The photos are there, and like a voyeur, you ll be drawn, captivated, needing to see the mug shots, the murdered family, the courtroom stills, the crime scene, each room that held a body with a head blown open like a busted melon.Capote breathes such realism into the characters that all you ll need to ma [...]

  15. A seminal work for the non fiction novel and the true crime genre, Truman Capote s In Cold Blood stands apart from most of its literary descendants Not only is it compelling and suspenseful even when you know like many crime dramatizations what s going to happen, it s also very well written In fact, its literary quality gives In Cold Blood a dimension which few other non fiction novels will match The evolution of the form, since In Cold Blood, is nothing short of astonishing It makes you appreci [...]

  16. Capote paints perfect pictures of every character You can almost feel them breathing right beside you Their thoughts, their mannerisms, their physique, their psyche, etc Bravo.He painstakingly describes every detail with thousands of commas and dashes preceding thousands of commas and dashes his keen sense of observation and exaggeration is both impressive and tiring at the same time I felt that Truman probably held the details of every interview close to his heart hence a lot of unnecessary ban [...]

  17. I thought he was a very nice gentleman Soft spoken I thought so right up to the moment I cut his throat Truman Capote, In Cold BloodI m not sure why I waited so long to sit down and read this novel I ve read and enjoyed Other Voices, Other Rooms and Breakfast at Tiffany s Perhaps, it is just that the novel wasn t very, well, novel Without having read it I felt I already knew it I was surrounded by New Nonfiction inspired by Truman Capote s 1966 book originally published serially in the New Yorke [...]

  18. Every once in a while I feel the need to get a couple of IQ points back by reading something that is considered a classic or won prizes or whatever.So, this book is based on a real murder that happened way back in the 1950 s A family was killed in a small town in Kansas and it was a big deal Not like these days We hardly flinch any when the weekly killing spree is on the news Truman Capote was super obsessed with this case and took his buddy, Harper Lee, with him to Kansas where they interviewed [...]

  19. i am so glad that i m sticking to my plan of reading a classic a month i m so proud of myself you d never guess it s THE SECOND MONTH OF THE YEAR i always forget how much i love classics until i pick them up they re classic for a reason.whatever i digress this is a great book and i ll review it at some point hurray

  20. This was the best story about true crime that I have read Capote s description of these events is riveting and everybody should read it, whether they like books on true crime or not.

  21. A couple of weeks back, a disgruntled former senior inspector Rolando Mendoza from the Manila Police District shot and killed eight Hong Kong tourists ending the hostage crisis drama that lasted for around 10 hours This took place at the Quirino Grandstand in the heart of Manila, Philippines The whole nation was stunned while watching the images unfolding on TV screens The whole world watched with us as the events are covered by CNN Mendoza s demand was for him to get his job back He was about t [...]

  22. As an English reader I had not heard of the Clutter massacre, and all I knew about Truman Capote was his novel Breakfast at Tiffany s It took a while before I recognised this novel as truly great The 1950 s domesticity did not appeal to me It seemed alien, claustrophobic, gender specific and rather dull But after a while I realised the genius in describing the setting of this time and place to the minutest detail The New York Times calls In Cold Blood The best documentary account of an American [...]

  23. Holcomb, Kansas November 15, 1959 Herbert, Bonnie, Nancy and Kenyon Four of the six members of the Clutter family were bound, gagged and murdered in their home Herb and Bonnie and two of their four children Nancy age 16 and Kenyon age 15 The family was well liked within the community and was generally known for being good people Two parolees had heard that Mr Clutter was a man of wealth and that he had a safe tucked away inside his home Perry Edward Smith Richard Hickcock These two men entered t [...]

  24. At first I wasn t going to compose a review about this book Considering the adapted to screen version, the biographical film centering around this period in the author s life, the seemingly infinite number of editions printed over the last 40 years, the massive hype surrounding the murders murderers even today, the than likely THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS of reviews already written about the novel, and the general rock stardom that IS Truman Capote, it seemed about as pointless as dropping a pebble [...]

  25. With all the commonplace violence we are faced with today, bombarded constantly by a 24 7 news cycle, portrayals of violence in movies, video games, etc it s easy to see why there may be a level of indifference, even apathy toward the problem But occasionally a crime is committed that rocks us to the core a crime so senseless, so brutal, that it defies explanation This murder of the Clutter family in Holcomb Kansas in 1959 is just such a crime Senseless they stole less than 50 dollars Brutal the [...]

  26. I originally thought this book would be a page turner on hypothermia Being that thergulation keeps human blood at about 100 degrees, and hypothermia sets in at the high 90 s, I assumed cold blood would be around 60 degreesaning instant death.However, I did completely misjudge the book and its subject Well played, Mr Capotewell played.

  27. For the longest time I thought this book was about the mob Truman Capote just sounded like a name associated with the mob to me My father in law told me to read it and gave it to me stating it was a true murder mystery that happened in KS The story started out slow for me I really just wanted to read about the murders and what really happened in that house The story was set up in four sections and for good reason which I won t spoil for those who have not yet read it The Clutter family was defin [...]

  28. Truman Capote s In Cold Blood is a highly disconcerting read After painting an idyllic scene we d expect from the Midwestern setting evil makes it s presence felt The blood is chilled and the heart gripped as a result.As everyone must know by now this is considered the first nonfiction novel All the bare facts of this story actually took place A family of four was indeed murdered in their home by two unknown assailants on 14 November 1959 What made this book innovative was the fact that Capote h [...]