The Muses Are Heard
The Muses are Heard
New York: Random House, 1956.
Now one of the rarest of Capote's books, this comic account of a visit to Russia with the cast of Porgy & Bess at the chilly height of the Cold War, is one of the most charming pieces written by the author.
He is flexing his journalistic muscles for the genesis of In Cold Blood, with a very different and more light-hearted subject.