How does Capote access the deep internal psyche of human beings?
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Capote assembles the disparate facts and perspectives about the Clutter case into a narrative that speaks profoundly on the nature of human life and death, criminality, American society and the pursuit of individual happiness -- reinventing in the process many of our modern-day forms of mythology (for example, the myth of the American dream). Many people criticized Capote for getting too personal with his subjects. This in part is how Capote was able to get into the inner workings of the characters.