what is one passage that describes Capote’s attitude towards the Clutter Family?
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Capote sees the Clutters as an upstanding family. He desscribes Herbert Clutter as a self-made man and prominent member of the community who lives a comfortable life as the owner and proprietor of River Valley Farm, where he resides with his wife, Bonnie, and children, Nancy (sixteen), and Kenyon (fifteen). The Clutters are a principled and upstanding family, active churchgoers and participants in community life, both in Holcomb and the neighboring Garden City.