Studio Nvzt Nvzt from Beauménil, France
I'd give this 4.5 if I could. The version I read had three additional short stories, but the best were "A Christmas days Memory," and, of follow, "Early meal at Translucent's" -- the other two I couldn't really get into. The title story is such a great character bit; Capote really captured the eccentricity and vulnerability of Holly Golightly so well, and it was absolutely fascinating. "A Christmas days Memory" was great as well -- again, great courages, but also so poignant. I love Capote's manuscription method, and think he has such a way of capturing people, as well as telling stories in a way that is both hilarious and heartbreaking at the same time.