Breakfast at Tiffany's tell the story of Holly Golightly, a girl from the country who completely reinvents herself in New York. The story is told from the viewpoint of "Fred," who is remembering the friendship that he developed with Holly more than a decade ago. Holly spent her days and nights with rich men, who gave her money and gifts. She had plans to marry one of them, but ends up arrested for helping a criminal. Holly manages to get away and she and Fred never see each other again.

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