accompanying this post comes, of course, from the 1961 film version of Capote’s
small gem of a novella. Though the author hadn’t pictured Audrey Hepburn as Holly
Golightly, I can’t imagine else in the role. Largely for that reason, the film
(and, in a kind of glory reflecting back, the book) holds a special place in my
heart, even though there are clear differences from its source material.
I'm a librarian (no, NOT a "cybrarian" or "information scientist" or any of the other trendy terms the profession has come up with), as well as a freelance writer/researcher; my political leanings are contrarian, much to the dismay of friends on the left and right, and so I will give anyone looking for my vote exactly what they deserve -- the back of my hand