Vanity Fair Sam Kashner

By | March 31, 2013

EP Yachts and Things will appear in the December edition of the famous magazine. The work is described by experts as one of the chapters that were missing the autobiographical novel unfinished answered prayers. She Capote tells a Mediterranean Cruise with various personalities from the famous and high class of the time. A recently discovered work of the American writer Truman Capote in which recounts a Mediterranean Cruise with various personalities from the famous and high class of the era published in Vanity Fair. Yachts and Things, which in Spanish would be literally yachts and things, and which appears in the December issue, is described by experts as one of the chapters that were missing in the autobiographical novel unfinished answered prayers. The manuscript, which seems to be a first draft, was discovered by the editor of Vanity Fair Sam Kashner while conducting an investigation into documents of Capote in prayers answered in the power of the New York public library. The novel, of which only survive a few chapters, shocked many of the friends of the high society of Capote that it brought to light their often tumultuous and shameful lives.

The six-page story narrates a cruise of three weeks for the Mediterranean aboard a friend’s rented yacht. The host, who could be the late Gianni Agnelli, director for a long time the Italian Fiat SpA, cannot join the narrator and Mrs. Williams, probably the editor of the Washington Post, Katharine Graham, after a death in the family. It is the typical Truman, told the magazine the biographer of Capote, Gerald Clarke. The title, Yachts and Things, is in fact the title of one of the chapters that you planned for answered prayers, said Clarke.But that chapter would have been much longer of six pages do not know why it was one of those who was not released.

My guess is that he thought he fell short in some way. Capote shot to fame in 1948 with his first novel, other voices, other worlds, with 23 years. Became famous when moving in the circles of New York high society and by their work breakfast with diamonds and the novel of nonfiction in cold blood, which tells the story of a murder in a rural family in Kansas. He died of liver cancer in 1984 at the home of Los Angeles of Joanne Carson, the ex-wife of entertainer Johnny Carson. * Get all titles by this author in PopularLibros. See more: Vanity Fair will publish an unpublished writing and recently discovered of Truman Capote


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