Breakfast at Tiffany's

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Notes
  1. ^ A March 1968 interview with Playboy contains the following exchange:

    Playboy: Would you elaborate on your comment that Holly was the prototype of today's liberated female and representative of a "whole breed of girls who live off men but are not prostitutes. They're our version of the geisha girl..."? Capote: Holly Golightly was not precisely a call girl. She had no job, but accompanied expense-account men to the best restaurants and night clubs, with the understanding that her escort was obligated to give her some sort of gift, perhaps jewelry or a check …if she felt like it, she might take her escort home for the night. So these girls are the authentic American geishas, and they're much more prevalent now than in 1943 or 1944, which was Holly's era.

    Norden, Eric (March 1968). "Playboy Interview: Truman Capote". Playboy 15 (3). p. 51–53, 56, 58–62, 160–162, 164–170.  Reprinted in:

    • Halford, Macy (September 7, 2009). "Was Holly Golightly Really a Prostitute?". The New Yorker. Retrieved February 14, 2015. 
    • Capote, Truman (1987). "Playboy Interview: Truman Capote". In M. Thomas, Inge. Truman Capote: Conversations. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi. p. 141. ISBN 9780878052745. OCLC 14165382. 
  2. ^ "Hello Im Holly". The Times (London). 7 February 2004. 
  3. ^ Clarke, Capote, pp. 94–5, 313–4
  4. ^ Saxon, Wolfgang (24 July 2003). "Carol Matthau, a Frank and Tart Memoirist, Dies at 78". The New York Times
  5. ^ "Maeve Golightly?". Publishersweekly.com. 25 October 2004. Retrieved 24 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "Doris Lilly; Author, Columnist". Los Angeles Times. 11 October 1991. 
  7. ^ "Dorian Leigh: 'Supermodel' of the 1940s". The Independent (London). 14 July 2008. 
  8. ^ "The story behind the song: Moon River". The Telegraph. 7 October 2008. Retrieved 2014-05-22. 
  9. ^ Sagolla, Lisa Jo (2003). The Girl Who Fell Down: A Biography of Joan McCracken. Boston, Mass.: Northeastern University Press. p. 110. ISBN 1-55553-573-9. 
  10. ^ Gerald Clarke, Capote: A Biography (Ballantine, 1989), p. 314.
  11. ^ Gerald Clarke, Capote: A Biography (Ballantine, 1989), Chs. 11–13.
  12. ^ Rudisill, Marie; Simmons, James C. Truman Capote: The Story of His Bizarre and Exotic Boyhood by an Aunt Who Helped to Raise Him (William Morrow, 1983), p. 92.
  13. ^ Clarke, Gerald. Capote: A Biography (Ballantine, 1989), p. 313.
  14. ^ Clarke, Gerald (2005). Capote: A Biography. Carroll & Graf Publishers. pp. 313–314. ISBN 0-7867-1661-4. 
  15. ^ Clarke, Gerald, Capote: A Biography, 1988, Simon & Schuster: p308.
  16. ^ Plimpton, George, editor, Truman Capote, 1997, Doubleday: p162-163.
  17. ^ Wise, Kelly, editor, Portrait: Theory, 1981, Lustrum Press: p7.
  18. ^ "Manuscript of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" up for auction". CBS News. Retrieved 1 April 2013. 
  19. ^ "Review of Sally Bowles and Breakfest at Tiffany's – Open Letters Monthly – an Arts and Literature Review". Openlettersmonthly.com. Retrieved 24 September 2011. 
  20. ^ Rudisill, Marie; Simmons, James C. The Southern Haunting of Truman Capote (Nashville, Tennessee: Cumberland House, 2000), page 100.
  21. ^ http://www.moviediva.com/MD_root/reviewpages/MDBreakfastatTiffanys.htm
  22. ^ Mailer, Norman (1959). Advertisements for Myself. Harvard University Press. p. 465. ISBN 0-674-00590-2. ...he is the most perfect writer of my generation, he writes the best sentences word for word, rhythm upon rhythm. I would not have changed two words in Breakfast at Tiffany's which will become a small classic. 
  23. ^ Davis, Deborah (2007). Party of the Century: The Fabulous Story of Truman Capote and his Black and White Ball. John Wiley and Sons. pp. 141–142. ISBN 978-0-470-09821-9. 
  24. ^ Sookdeo, Niqui (17 July 2009). "Dreyfus to join cast of Breakfast at Tiffany’s". The Stage. Retrieved 20 September 2009. 
  25. ^ "West End Breakfast for Anna Friel", BBC News, May 15, 2009
  26. ^ Gans, Andrew. "Broadway's Breakfast at Tiffany's Sets Closing Date" Playbill.com, April 15, 2013
Bibliography
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  • Clarke, Gerald (1988). Capote: A Biography (1st ed.). New York: Simon and Schuster. ISBN 978-0-241-12549-6. 
  • Davis, Deborah (2006). Party of the Century: The Fabulous Story of Truman Capote and His Black and White Ball (1st ed.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBN 978-0-471-65966-2. 
  • Plimpton, George (1997). Truman Capote: In Which Various Friends, Enemies, Acquaintances, and Detractors Recall His Turbulent Career (1st ed.). New York: Doubleday. ISBN 0-385-23249-7. 
  • Rudisill, Marie; Simmons, James (2000). The Southern Haunting of Truman Capote (1st ed.). Nashville, Tennessee: Cumberland House. ISBN 1-58182-136-0. 

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