Freedom. The psychological struggle between the need for stability and the desire for freedom is perhaps the central concern of Breakfast at Tiffany’s . The conflict structures the relationship between the narrator and Holly, who are opposing forces.
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Holly Golightly Is a Call Girl and Other Revelations About Breakfast at Tiffany’s .
posted by zpousman at 10:49 AM on December 27, 2004. It was a polite way of being paid for spending time with people that she otherwise wouldn’t be spending the time with. I don’t think Holly was a call girl so much as she was a paid companion. Someone that makes an ugly person less ugly.
The primary reason Tiffany is popular , though, is that their pioneering approach to jewelry and design has always appealed, and sometimes it has appealed enough that the entire industry is transformed. It was this philosophy of natural beauty, in fact, that led Tiffany to design their signature engagement ring setting.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Party attire for ladies: Little black dress. Black evening gloves. Dark sunglasses for that elegant Audrey Hepburn style. Wide-brim black hat with or without white silk or polyester scarf.
The Breakfast at Tiffany’s cat (Orangey) is a consistent reminder to Holly and the audience of the lack of connection she feels to those around her. The cat symbolizes Holly’s realization that she’s horrified about never belonging anywhere or to anyone.
And it is here, at the ending , where the book and the movie differ. In the film, the cat is found and Holly’s revelation is met by a passionate kiss from Paul, the man who has always loved her, who she can finally love back, now that she understands what love and commitment are.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s