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Truman Capote was a leading force in American writing from the late 1940's until his death in 1984. His nonfiction novel 'In Cold Blood' and his inventive experiments in narrative reportage, though causing controversy, has had a significant effect on contemporary writing all over the world. Music for Chameleons is a continuation of Mr. Capote's concern with developing the artistic possibilities of journalism.

Music for Chameleons
New Writing by Truman Capote
Copyright 1980
262 pages
8.5"h x 6.5"w

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