7 edition of Double Wolfe found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 2224 vol. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||299 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||2004597009|
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The second entry shows a change on the equities side - the credit entry. Journalism and New Journalism[ edit ] Though Wolfe was offered teaching jobs in academia, he opted to work as a reporter. The book became a movie in One had been her doctor, briefly, years before. Wolfe's undergraduate thesis, entitled "A Zoo Full of Zebras: Anti-Intellectualism in America," evinced his fondness for words and aspirations toward cultural criticism.
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The novel met with a mostly tepid response by critics. She was one of those perfect girls. He struggled with the article until his editor, Byron Double Wolfe booksuggested that Wolfe send him his notes so they could piece the story together.
The fun of the book, and much of its energy, comes from watching Mr. In the fall, he returned to school handsomer than ever and reaped the rewards of his initial popularity, getting elected president of the senior class.
Communicating them was not merely an act of detached social reporting; one has to be immersed in them in order to evoke them.
By business. And beyond that is an understanding of the history, or that portion of it, which makes all of this intelligible. Several other books followed before Wolfe's first novel, The Bonfire Of the Vanitieswas published inhaving previously been serialized in Rolling Stone magazine.
Wolfe wrote on popular culture, architecture, politics, and other topics that underscored, among other things, how American life in the s had been transformed by post-WWII economic prosperity.
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Then Leon began building more expensive homes. Here was Michael Chertoff, who prosecuted the case as a U. And what they mean like that is a need for immediate gratification. They broke the frat-house rules—girls weren't allowed above the second floor—sneaking their dates past the watchful eyes of the housemother and into upstairs bedrooms.
Wolfe experimented with four literary devices not normally associated with feature writing: scene-by-scene construction, extensive dialogue, multiple points of view, and detailed description of individuals' status-life symbols the material choices people make in writing this stylized form of journalism.
Writing from their point of view, Mr. What Wolfe is talking about is the fundamental way in which American society changed in the mids. One perceives the structure, but misses the essence.
He was also trying his hand at being a creative writer, coauthoring a column in the school paper, which ran under the byline "Sacco and Vanzetti.
Wolfe does give us some dazzling, funny, wrenching set pieces, all rendered in his exclamatory, adrenaline-laced prose, that take us from a plantation deep in the heart of Georgia to a prison in Alameda County in California, from a glittering art opening in Atlanta to a numbing night shift in a warehouse stocked with frozen food.Double Wolfe Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English.
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