2. Capote's sensory details not only a view of the simple city, but also a feel. His description ranges from simple details such as "the land is flat" to more complex such as "swollen grain elevators". The city that is "seventy miles east of the Colorado border" slowly begins to take shape thanks to Capote's words. The "prairie twang" spoken by the people of Holcomb begins to ring in the ears of the reader the more they read. Capote uses strong force of imagery to make them truly suffer at the sight of Holcomb.
3. An investigator for the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, He becomes very involved in the Clutter case. His wife, Marie, and his two small boys, are not happy about this.
4. Capote includes descriptions of his secondary characters so that he can give a wide variety of views on the story, especially the death penalty. An of this is how Alvin Dewey is strictly in favor of capital punishment, which contradicts Perry’s and many small characters’ views
5. The only serious clues were the foot