Suggested Epigraphs

For the Tell-All Autobiography:
Like Mark Twain's autobiography, which he insisted be published 100 years after his death. It has 760 pages, and that's just volume 1.  

For names-changed (non)fiction:
Like Truman Capote's posthumously published Answered Prayers, which contains thinly veiled snippets of his high-society friend's personal lives.

(p.s.)  A catalogue of Carly Simon's answers to the question "Who inspired You're So Vain?"
(definition) ep·i·graph :  A motto or quotation, as at the beginning of a literary composition, setting forth a theme.


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