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A Christmas memory ; One Christmas ; & The Thanksgiving visitor

Author: Truman Capote
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 1996.
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Available for the first time in a single volume are the three holiday stories that Truman Capote regarded as among his greatest works of short fiction. Two of these childhood memoirs - "A Christmas Memory" and "The Thanksgiving Visitor" - center on the author's early years with a family of distant relatives in rural Alabama. Both pay loving tribute to an eccentric old-maid cousin, Miss Sook Faulk, who became his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Capote, Truman, 1924-1984.
Thanksgiving visitor.
New York : Modern Library, 1996
(OCoLC)604883462
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Truman Capote
ISBN: 0679602372 9780679602378
OCLC Number: 34912802
Description: vii, 107 p. ; 19 cm.
Contents: Christmas memory ; One Christmas ; The Thanksgiving visitor.
Other Titles: Christmas memory ;
Responsibility: Truman Capote.
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Available for the first time in a single volume are the three holiday stories that Truman Capote regarded as among his greatest works of short fiction. Two of these childhood memoirs - "A Christmas Memory" and "The Thanksgiving Visitor" - center on the author's early years with a family of distant relatives in rural Alabama. Both pay loving tribute to an eccentric old-maid cousin, Miss Sook Faulk, who became his best friend. In "A Christmas Memory," Miss Sook, Buddy (the narrator), and their dog, Queenie, celebrate the yuletide in a hilariously tipsy state. In the poignant reminiscence "One Christmas," six-year-old Buddy journeys to New Orleans for a reunion with his estranged father that shatters many illusions. And in "The Thanksgiving Visitor," Miss Sook invites the school bully, Odd Henderson - called by Buddy "the meanest human creature in my experience" - to Thanksgiving dinner.

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