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Tom Wolfe

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In the social revolutions of the 1960s, Tom Wolfe was known as the Great Emancipator of Journalism. He was the man who, with his collegium of innovative New Journalists, made newspaper and magazine work more than just the path to some other goal; and he was regarded by writers around the country as the leader of a journalistic revolution that they were exited to be a part of. In this study of his life and work, William McKeen re-examines Tom Wolfe's lesser-known work as well as popular books - and arrives at the conclusion that the effect of Wolfe's work was a liberation of writing techniques in all genres. Hide synopsis

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