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In Truman Capote's In Cold Blood the author writes the whole publication, complete, in chronological order. Especially in chapter two, "Persons unfamiliar", Capote begins the chapter with the events which happened one after another. As the chapter progresses Capote goes to specific information and sometimes even goes back to time to give us, the readers, a broader comprehension. In page 85, in the last paragraph, Capote enter more details on how K.B.I members have nicknames. The author did this so that we can have more of an understanding onto a K.B.I member's lifestyle. He even provides us the nicknames for all the members that were going to be working in the Clutter case. For example, Duntz K.B.I's name is "Old Man". On the following page, Page 87, Capote speaks more about Dewey and his loved ones. The author doing this helps the readers understand particular personalities in the publication. Capote's description of Dewey's family within this chapter fits within the linear arrangement that he's writing in since he is writing about the way Dewey telegraphs his wife and tells her he will be late. She tells him that.