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    until this point their hasn’t been an awesome flagship exclusive title to drive the console home, other than a few pretty sweet indie titles. That is until March when infamous: Second Son releases in March. Nothing can get you powering up your machine better than a AAA title, Developers Sucker Punch have provided such a title, infamous: Second Son for the fans to drool over. It has been a long year and Sony have used the time well to build the hype and for good reason, in fact several good reasons

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    Truman Capote, an American novelist, scriptwriter, and dramatist, is one of the most fascinating literary figures in the 20th century. Beginning with Truman Capote’s childhood, his literary works, his perhaps most prominent novel, In Cold Blood, he was and will always be remembered as a remarkable individual. Truman Capote was brought up in an unstable and neglecting household. He was born Truman Streckfus Persons on September 30, 1924 in New Orleans, Lousiana to Archulus Persons, a charming

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    Infamous Gangsters

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    How big of a role did gangsters have in the 1930s? Most people would say they didn’t have any or very little impact. But they would be wrong, gangsters had a huge part in the 1930s whether they were kidnapping someone, killing people or bootlegging, every single gangster had a role. Out of these three men Al Capone would probably be the most famous gangster that has ever lived. Just about everyone that has even looked a little bit into gangsters or watches a lot of old movies has heard of him. Al

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    Family Matters

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    Michael J. Fox, a famous American actor, once said, “Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.” This quote connects with the non-fiction novel In Cold Blood by Truman Capote perfectly, because family has a major role in this novel. Capote’s novel is a true account about the murderers, Dick Hickock and Perry Smith. They murdered the Clutters, a Kansas family of four. The novel takes the reader for a play-by-play account from the murderers running, all the way to the detectives catching them

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    In Cold Blood is a true account of a multiple murder case that took place in Holcomb, Kansas in 1959, written by Truman Capote. Capote’s attention to detail causes the reader to gain an extreme interest in the Clutter family even though they were an ordinary family. The suspense that is a result of minimal facts and descriptive settings was an elaborate stylistic technique that gave effective results throughout the book. His ability to make this account of a horrid crime more than just a newspaper

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    Portrayed as Evil was He

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    Portrayed as Evil was He In the book “In Cold Blood” we meet Perry Edward Smith one of the men accused of killing the Clutter family. Perry is a unique man for how he see the world and how the world sees him. Although the townspeople and those who had heard of the murder only saw Parry as a murder. There is however one man who sees Perry more than he appeared to be and that man was Truman Capote. Perry had an interesting life from how he was raised, becoming friends with Richard Eugene Hickock,

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    The senseless murders of innocent people. Two males. Outcasts. Mentally ill. Paranoid schizophrenics. The deaths of the Clutter family in Holcomb, Kansas on November 15, 1959 as portrayed by Truman Capote in his classic work “In Cold Blood?” Or the violent slaughter of classmates at Columbine High School nearly a half century later? Two males? Check. Outcasts? Check. Mentally ill? Check. Paranoid schizophrenics? Check. If Richard Hickok and Perry Smith were somehow to travel in time to Columbine

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    Contributions to Society and its Effects in Capote's Cold Blood and Potok's My Name is Asher Lev Truman Capote’s characters, Perry Smith and Dick Hancock, used in one of his most famous works In Cold Blood, find ways in which their contributions to society, within their personal lives as well as in their surrounding community, leads them to a fatal state of regret, remorse and actuality, all of which were consequences caused by their very own actions and decisions. Chaim Potok, author of My Name

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    "In cold blood" by Truman Capote is a griping, true story about the mass murder of (on)? a respectful and beloved family in Northern Kansas. The lives of four people were taken on September 15th 1959 when two young men broke into their home with the intention of robbing their safe which was supposed to contain 10,000 dollars. But the source that had given them the information about the safe had been incorrect and they walked out the house with only 40 dollars and a radio, but with the responsibility

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    The definition of ‘chilling’ according to the dictionary is defined as “make someone or thing feel cold.” The title ‘In Cold Blood’ is chilling because it makes the reader shiver with agitation and immediately gives them a sense of repulsion because the idea of cold blood is disturbing since blood gives you life and warmth. “a sudden ‘case of blood bubbles’?” Capote contrasts this to the title and creates a horrific image in relation to the title. In Cold Blood is a true account of a multiple murder

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