Event Title

Reading: Truman Capote

Presenter Information

Truman Capote

Location

University Center

Start Date

19-3-1976 8:00 PM

End Date

19-3-1976 9:00 PM

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In this audiovisual recording from March 19, 1976 as part of the 7th annual UND Writing Conference: “New Journalism and the Novel,” Truman Capote tells his favorite Mississippi story at the request of John Little, the unwritten story of a New York City stage manager's romance involving the accidental killing of his date's Great Dane and reads “A Christmas Memory.” Capote also responds to audience questions about his current work, the morality of In Cold Blood, criticism he has received, his sense of New Journalism, and writers he admires.

Introduced by Laurel Reuter.

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Mar 19th, 8:00 PM Mar 19th, 9:00 PM

Reading: Truman Capote

University Center

In this audiovisual recording from March 19, 1976 as part of the 7th annual UND Writing Conference: “New Journalism and the Novel,” Truman Capote tells his favorite Mississippi story at the request of John Little, the unwritten story of a New York City stage manager's romance involving the accidental killing of his date's Great Dane and reads “A Christmas Memory.” Capote also responds to audience questions about his current work, the morality of In Cold Blood, criticism he has received, his sense of New Journalism, and writers he admires.

Introduced by Laurel Reuter.