Capote said in an interview, I make my own comment by what I choose to tells and how I choose to tell it. It is true that an author is more in control of fictional characters because he can do anything he wants with them as long as they stay credible. But in the nonfiction novel one can manipulate: if I put something in which I don't agree about, I can always set it in a context of qualification without having to step into the story myself to set the reader straight
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Capote has a strong feeling of self belief on him that is reflected in his comments as well as his fictional characters. Also he has a good pursuing power and justifying skills that enable him to tackle every comment he makes without giving a second thought.
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Hello! Thank you for your response. So just to make sure that I understand this correctly, Capote is pursing power and his own skills that he can respond to a comment without thinking about it? I'm a little bit shaky about it.