Book Club at the MFA: Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Join Keep St. Pete Lit, a local organization that supports the literary community, for a book club connecting the visual and literary arts. Each month’s featured book will relate to the MFA’s collection or special exhibitions.
In March, we’re continuing the Book Club’s focus on our dual special winter exhibitions about the famed jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger, by reading Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote. Perhaps Capote’s best-known creations, Breakfast at Tiffany‘s is told from the perspective of an unnamed contemporary writer who recalls his early days in New York City, when he makes the acquaintance of his remarkable neighbor, Holly Golightly.
FREE with Admission ($10 on Thursdays after 5pm)