Truman Capote Bibliography

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Truman Capote, born 30 September 1924 to 1984, became something of a legend in his own lifetime. His best known, and most sought after books, is Breakfast at Tiffany's. This title has been boosted hugely by the classic film of the same name. All of the books were first published in America. The English editions are rarer but not a sought after, consequently cheaper. In 2006 a Hollywood film of his life was released bringing his work once more into the forefront and headlines. An important author and very collectable, that said the big interest tends to be Stateside, whilst appreciated elsewhere, collector interest in not quite as strong.
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Title   Date Notes
Other Voices Other Rooms Random 1948 UK: 1948 Heinemann
A Tree of Night Ditto 1949 UK: 1950 Heinemann
The Grass Harp Ditto 1951 UK: 1952 as above
Breakfast at Tiffany's Random 1958 UK: 1959 ditto
A Christmas Memory Ditto 1966 In slip case, also sgn ltd
One Christmas Random 1983 Slipcased. UK:1983 Hamilton
Three By Truman Capote Ditto 1985  
Answered Prayers Ditto 1986 UK: 1986 Hamish
Summer Crossing Random 2005 UK: 2005 Penguin

Non-Fiction & Miscellaneous

Title   Date Notes
Local Colour Random 1950 UK: 1950 Heinemann
The Grass Harp As Above 1952  
The Muses are Heard As Above 1956 UK: 1957 Heinemann
Observations Schuster 1959 UK: 1959 Weidenfeld
In Cold Blood Random 1965 UK: 1966 Hamilton
The Thanksgiving Visitor As Above 1968 UK: 1969 as above
House of Flowers As Above 1968  
Trilogy Macmillan 1969  
The Dogs Bark Random 1973 UK: 1974 Nicolson
Then It All Came Down As Above 1976  
Music for Chameleons As Above 1980 UK: 1980 Hamilton

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