Tom Wolfe


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Noun1.Tom Wolfe - United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)Tom Wolfe - United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)
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Rymut, beloved husband of 60 years to the late Patricia and beloved father of Debbie (Tom Wolfe), Donna (Lenny Herzog) Rymut, Kathy Rymut, Kimberly (Dave) Quinn, Laura Rymut Bock, Dave (Laura) Rymut and the late Ron F.
Roth's death follows that of Bonfire Of The Vanities author Tom Wolfe, who died on May 14 at the age of 88.
Tom Wolfe, who had little to say about Asia alone but whose novels and journalism have everything to do with how we all live today, on whatever continent, in this messed-up globalized world, was the love of magazine editors.
An acolyte of authors of 'realistic' fiction, Tom Wolfe was an American maverick who insisted that the only way to tell a great story was to go out and report it and helped demonstrate that journalism could offer the kinds of literary pleasure found in books.
On Monday, Tom Wolfe, the American novelist and journalist, died at the age of 88.
BY ASHLEIGH RAINBIRD Deputy Showbiz Editor BONFIRE of the Vanities author Tom Wolfe has died at the age of 87.
Tom Wolfe, author of The Right Stuff and Bonfire of the Vanities, has died at the age of 87, his agent has said.
Orient's review of The Kingdom of Speech by Tom Wolfe, (2) which describes his criticisms of evolution, is welcomed by those few of us who have doubted Darwin.
In Valley of the Gods, Wall Street Journal reporter Alexandra Wolfe (daughter of writer Tom Wolfe) profiles several members of the 2011 class of Thiel fellows, among them John Burnham, who aims to mine asteroids for platinum and gold; Laura Deming, who's focused on extending human longevity; and Paul Gu, who wants to create a new method for loaning money.
Previous winners are Tom Wolfe, Larry Brown, Elizabeth Spencer, Pat Conroy, Ellen Gilchrist, Fred Chappell, George Garrett, Reynolds Price, Robert Morgan, Roy Blount Jr., Lee Smith, Al Young, Josephine Humphries, Ron Rash, Sandra Cisneros, Clyde Edgerton, and Jill McCorkle.
Tom Wolfe's The Kingdom of Speech (9781478953166, $30.00) is presented as an unabridged audio narrated by Robert Petkoff, a film and television actor who holds many credits to his name and who lends a smooth and evocative voice to a startling examination of language and social science--startling because Tom Wolfe is more commonly associated with powerful works of fiction.