Everything you need to understand or teach Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote.
Breakfast at Tiffany's is the story of Holly Golightly, a hill-billy turned Manhattan playgirl, and the eclectic circle of friends who surround her. The unnamed narrator of the story is a young writer from a small town, out on his own for the first time. He lives in a New York brownstone and dreams of literary success.
The narrator tells his story in flashbacks, occasionally interjecting comments from his older self. It's clear that even in the present he still thinks about Holly and wonders where she is and what she's doing. There's a feeling of nostalgia in the way he tells the story, as if he were recalling some of the best days of his life.
Before the narrator becomes a close friend of Holly, he is intrigued with her. He can't tell by looking at her whether she is 16 or 30. Men can't help falling in love...
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