In cold blood

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Title: To coolness

Author: Broman Capote

Translator: Bahreh Raskh

Publisher: Amir Kabir

Subject: American story

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 460 p

Language Farsi

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Introducing the book In cold blood
Coldly is a true story of the American author Truman Capote, published in 1966.
Undoubtedly, what makes this novel an elaborate work is its structure; An intriguing combination of novelism and journalism, the experience of reporting a real killer and crime through the techniques and techniques of storytelling, the result of one of the most brilliant novels of all time in American history and literature.

After reading, the reader quickly realizes that Capote has created a world-class Soknaki play about the massacre of an innocent family. This work is really a description of the bad fight against good.
Truman Capote does not coldly want to give his story a chance for moral advice. On the contrary, everything is described calmly and impartially, with great care, with all the details and even the most insignificant ones, and a plethora of documents that shed light on the matter.
When Truman Capote’s novel In Coldness was first published in 1966, the author called it “the first novel with a true story.” The remarkable thing about this novel, among the myriad of fiction books, is Capote’s unique ability to blend facts with storytelling skills. On November 15, 1959, in the small neighborhood of Halcom, Kansas, four members of the Clatter family were brutally killed by a shot fired several inches from their faces.

After the murder, there was no obvious motive for the crime and the police came up with almost no clues. Truman Capote, while reconstructing the murder, the interrogations and investigations that led to the arrest and trial of the killers, manages to create an astonishing suspension and an astonishing sense of empathy.
Coldly is a literary book written by American author Truman Capote and is one of the world’s most famous literary works. The book is written coldly by Truman Capote, an American author, and is one of the world’s most famous literary works. This book is based on the real news of a family massacre in America, which is based on the story of witnesses and two murderers of this story.

Capote spent six years writing the book, which is based on the true story of the Kansas family massacre and gives him the opportunity to write his first nonfiction novel. He spends a lot of time interviewing witnesses and two killers and reviewing police reports. The book brought him fame, success and wealth in 1966 with a circulation of millions.

Capote spent six years writing the book and was able to write his first nonfiction novel.
The book tells the story of a real-life murder that took place in the city of Finney in western Kansas between 1959 and 1965.

On the night of November 14, 1959, two men broke into a house in Helkumb, Kansas, and killed four members of the Culter family, who were wealthy and respected Finns.

The suddenness of the incident and the baseless violence that took place in it, something that rarely happened in this area of ​​Kansas, shocked and disturbed the surrounding community.

So that the peaceful life of the people of that region was suddenly attacked by journalists, the media and the watchful eyes of people all over the United States.

Truman Capote spends a lot of time interviewing witnesses and two killers and locals and reviewing police reports.

The book brought the author fame, success and wealth in 1965 with a circulation of millions.

“Capote” is also the name of an American film, made in 2005, in the biographical genre about Truman Capote, directed by Bennett Miller.

The story of the film deals with the events that took place around the writing of the book “In Perfection of Calmness”.
Truman Capote is known as the inventor and main author of a type of story that he himself called nnon-fictio, for which the best translation in Persian could be “realistic”.

The book “Be Calm” written by Truman Capote, translated by Bahreh Rashekh in 460 pages with a circulation of 500 copies and a price of 31,000 Tomans, has entered the book market by Amirkabir Publishing Institute.

About the author:
Truman Garcia Capotti (September 30, 1924 – August 25, 1984) was an American novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and actor. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to parents when he was four years old. After the separation, he was sent to Alabama to spend the next five years with his mother’s relatives, and Capote, a lonely child, learned to read and write on his own before entering school.

He began writing short stories at the age of eleven. He was fired. Truman Capote went to an addiction treatment center in the late 1970s and eventually died at the age of 59 from inflammation of a vein and drug-induced liver disease.

Summary of the book
The remarkable thing about this novel, among the myriad of fiction books, is Capote’s unique ability to blend facts with storytelling skills. On November 15, 1959, in the small Halcom neighborhood of Kansas, four members of the Clatter family were brutally killed by a shotgun fired several inches from their faces.

After the murder, there was no obvious motive for the crime and the police came up with almost no clues. Truman Capote, while reconstructing the murder, the interrogations, and the investigations that led to the arrest and trial of the killers, manages to create an astonishing suspension and an astonishing sense of empathy.

Sentences from the text of the book
1- As long as you are alive, something is always waiting; And even if it’s bad, what can you do? You who can not stop living.

2. In my opinion, Mr. Clatter was a very good and respectable man. I had this thought in my mind until the moment I cut his throat.

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