When the soundtrack of the movie was released, it did not, however, include Hepburn singing the song. Instead, it featured a purely orchestral rendition.
One element I always try to place strategically in a text painting is the first line of the book. In this case, "I am always drawn back to places where I have lived, the houses and their neighborhoods." First lines are important. They are sort of like literary first impressions. I once had a story published in a magazine called The First Line in which every story in a particular issue begins with the same first line. It is fascinating to see how various authors springboard from the same starting point, and the magazine is worth checking out: http://thefirstline.com/
I am a fan of Capote's writing. I appreciate the bits and pieces of it, such as the line, "Clocks are slow on Sundays," and the line, "I will never get used to anything. Anybody that does, they might as well be dead." Good examples of Capote's ability to sum up a complex situation in just a few words. As a tribute to him, I plan to add Capote to the list of portraits I plan to create. Some of the photos I am considering are below.