The World's Greatest, Gayest Insults
BY Christopher Harrity
August 13 2014 8:00 AM ET
Truman was great at both saying mean things and inspiring the enmity of others. It's a special talent.
"That isn't writing at all, it's typing."
— Truman Capote about Jack Kerouac's On the Road
"I always said little Truman had a voice so high it could only be detected by bats."
— Tennessee Williams on Truman Capote
"It was a good career move."
— Gore Vidal on Truman Capote's death
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