Oh, he never would have started writing novel. Had he remained what he undoubtedly was in Sixties and Seventies: The greatest American reporter of time. And this time warning really crowded with big reporters, it was still a horrible male-occupied domain: Gay Talese, Hunter S. Thompson, Michael Herr, Joe Eszterhas, also Truman Capote and Norman Mailer sometimes wrote reports (or something like that). Joan Didion and Barbara L. Goldsmith were two of few women who were accepted by and in this men's squad, and he, greatest, chose best texts from all to proclaim a Revolutionim journalism and give her a name retrospectively in A anthology in year 1973, toger with E.W. Johnson: The new journalism, compiled by him – Tom Wolfe.
ImVorwort wrote Großmäulig that texts of this new journalism novel had been superseded as a leading literary form in United States. Werbrauchte even fiction if journalism used all ihrerliterarischen means – but had to invent nothing? Everything is researched, all true! BÄMM!
Level: BÄMM, capitalized, exclamation mark. Yes, early reportages and Porträtsdieses 1930 in Richmond, Virginia-born man, who actually had nichtsAufrührerisches or even progressives in mind, often read about wide passages like writing of comic balloons or Breath-free Radio announcements; Or as if Wolfe want pictures of Roy Lichtenstein in Texteübersetzen or even just hot chatter of young people, inklusivelautmalerischer punctuation transcription.Everything was colourful, everything was fast
"Shark-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-a.i.-ai-ai-ai-ai ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-ai-riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!": So exactly one of stories from that time began, down on street InNew York City Snapped up, voices from village square over coolenJungs that were hanging around re when Manhattan was not yet totgentrifiziertund with fashion chain boutiques. The stories of generation DerBaby-Boomer, who were born during or immediately after end of Second World War and as teenagers in Sixties world domination of Konsumseinläuteten, because all ir resistive gestures of course Immediately turned into products, almost a decade older Wolfe told in VielenVariationen. Everything was colorful, everything was new, everything was fast, everything sounded pretty cool.
Wolfeporträtierte also people who made ir business from all this, Hugh Hefnerim circular, revolving bed or n still young MusikproduzentPhil Spector on plane on runway, who knew only one aboard: DasDing will crash, guaranteed. So captain unfortunately had to Malumdrehen before start and let him out, "first Tykoon of teenagers", or were happy to sit down, but Spector was not allowed to die. Wieirre is that please!Condolence book
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And n, re were open-minded old ones who wanted to understand new, but unfortunately not understood, sorry. TheseRadical Chic Evenings was one of Wolf's most famous stories, published in June issue 1970 of New York magazine (he wrote primarily for New York Herald Tribune and Esquire at that time): An evening in noble apartment of Leonard Bernstein, The Black Panr had invited to her home – oh, as y all aneinandervorbeiredeten! Very funny, very low crushing.
Wolf esched Everything, he was n like homeland chronicler of GesellschaftlichenUmbrüche: While many of his best American colleagues from Vietnam sent war reports or in Washington soon researched Richard NixonsMachenschaften afterwards, Wolfe moved with merry Prankstersdurchs land for his 1968 published, Great nonfiction book TheElectric Kool-Aid Acid test. Wolfe watched transition, dieVeränderungen, he searched and found a little later "Me decade", Seventies alsJahrzehnts of total self-realization. Since Essayistischesin had already crept in his texts, Wolfe had infected himself with opinions about time, something altklugen often, even reactionary. He, sourn man in white suit.
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