Murderers, Truth vs. Fiction, and a car full of snakes in Truman Capote's "The Handcarved Coffins"
Truman Capote brought true crime to literature with his "nonfiction novel" In Cold Blood. In this podcast, Lee and Stephanie discuss a lesser-known piece of Capote non-fiction, the short story "The Handcarved Coffins". They discuss murderers, the line between truth and fiction, and a car full of snakes.
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