Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Author: Truman Capote
Pages: 178
Language: English

Breakfast at Tiffany’s succeeds to turn one movie star and one jewellery brand into a legend. Even if you haven’t read the book or watched the movie, I am absolutely certain that the name does ring a bell with the image of Audrey Hepburn in a classical little black dress, pearls and black glasses. There is just one word for that, and the word is style.

I didn’t have any particular expectations about the novella. I started reading it almost like a joke, but I was instantly consumed by the mystery, called Holly Golightly and what happens next. Undoubtedly, Holly is one of the most complex, deep and controversial characters I have ever met. On the surface this is a simple story about the girl who wants to climb on the social ladder, but there are more things going on underneath. Holly is romantic, pragmatic, naïve, artistic, secluded, sincere and enigmatic. She can create an air of beauty and mystery without even notices it and that atmosphere wraps the whole story. That is the reason I liked the book so much.
I am among those who like Holly, with all her imperfections and life choices, which differ with my points of view. But she is like anyone else, searching for happiness, somewhere in an unknown place, carrying the air of Tiffany’s. Meanwhile she was floating through life with glamour in her unique way. Нататък Breakfast at Tiffany’s