Breakfast at Tiffany’s Review

Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote

That was BEAUTIFUL!!!

I remember hating the movie so much, and I can see it’s nothing like the book!

This had a lot more of a meaning behind it, rather than in the book it’s very superficial.

Of course, this is still Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and it still holds notions of superficiality (but more to it).

Holly was an extremely complex character that I would have loved to read more on. Sadly, it’s only 100 pages.

I would gladly read this again 🙂

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