Light and Classic


I walked into the amazing and incredible Shakespeare & Co on Lexington Avenue today and asked for the lightest (both physically and intellectually) classic novel they sold.

A young assistant rightly suggested “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” by Truman Capote. He said he had just read it and it made him feel “late to the party.”

I too now see that I am very late to a very fun party. Twenty pages in and I can barely put it down. Exactly what I need to relax while I finish moving.

The other two books just sort of snuck into my bag.

More on Capote’s classic, and light, Miss Holiday Golightly to come.


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