Other Voices, Other Rooms is a novel written by Truman Capote published in January 1948. Other Voices, Other Rooms is written in the Southern Gothic style and is notable for its atmosphere of isolation and decadence. Other Voices, Other Rooms is significant because it is both Truman Capote's first published novel and semi-autobiographical. It is also noteworthy due to its erotically charged photograph of the author, risque content, and debut at #9 on the New York Times Best Seller list, where it remained for nine weeks. Truman Capote began writing the manuscript for Other Voices, Other Rooms...
|Genre:||Speculative fiction, Novel, Bildungsroman|
|Number of editions:||15|