Breakfast at Tiffany’s, by Truman CapoteRead about another entry on the list.
Perhaps the original Carrie Bradshaw, Holly Golightly is as quintessential a New York girl as it gets. Making her way through life by socializing with wealthy men, Holly has left her country roots behind—after all, if she can make it there (NYC), she can make it anywhere, right? But “Fred”, the narrator of the story, believes Holly is more than just a girl who wants to marry rich.
Breakfast at Tiffany's is among four books that changed Nicole Trilivas and Dan Rhodes's top ten short books.