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In Cold Blood de Truman Capote. Histoire médiatique d’une fiction multiple et de ses résurgences (1959-2007)

Le Temps des médias n°14, Printemps 2010, p. 124-141.

Of a true story that took place in 1959, Truman Capote made a best-selling “faction” that soon faced both criticism from a legal standpoint and attacks from the literary world. The controversy reached France, where the greatest writers had however extensively worked from news stories. Shot in 1966, Richard Brooks’s “realist” motion picture, with its clear political agenda, revives the debate on the relations between reality and fiction. Since 2005, a graphic novel adaptation and two feature length movies have attempted to unveil the makings of Capote’s work. DrapeauFrancais

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