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The new journalism

Author: Tom Wolfe; E W Johnson
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, 1973.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Selections from Rex Reed, Gay Talese, Richard Goldstein, Michael Herr, Truman Capote, Joe Eszterhas, Terry Southern, Hunter S. Thompson, Norman Mailer, Nicholas Tomalin, Tom Wolfe, Barbara L. Goldsmith, Joe McGinniss, George Plimpton, James Mills, John Gregory Dunne, John Sack, Joan Didion, "Adam Smith," Robert Christgau, and Garry Wills.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wolfe, Tom.
New journalism.
New York, Harper & Row [1973]
(OCoLC)559757667
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Wolfe; E W Johnson
ISBN: 0060147075 9780060147075 0060471832 9780060471835
OCLC Number: 583861
Description: 394 pages 25 cm
Contents: Part one. The new journalism. The feature game --
Like a novel --
Seizing the power --
Appendix --
Part two. The new journalism: an anthology. Rex Reed from Do you sleep in the nude? --
Gay Talese from The overreachers --
Gear --
Khesanh --
Truman Capote from In cold blood --
Charlie Simpson's Apocalypse --
Terry Southern from Red dirt marijuana and other tastes. The Kentucky Derby is decadent and depraved --
Norman Mailer from The armies of the night --
Then General goes zapping Charlie Cong --
Tom Wolfe from The electric kool-aid acid test --
La dolce viva --
Joe McGinniss from The selling of the President 1968 --
George Plimpton from Paper lion --
The detective --
John Gregory Dunne from The studio --
John Sack from M --
Joan Didion from Slouching towards Bethlehem --
"Adam Smith" from The money game --
Beth Ann and macrobioticism --
Hunter S. Thompson from The hell's angels, a strange and terrible saga --
Martin Luther King is still on the case --
Tom Wolfe from Radical chic & mau-mauing the flak catchers.
Responsibility: [by] Tom Wolfe, with an anthology edited by Tom Wolfe and E.W. Johnson.

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Selections from Rex Reed, Gay Talese, Richard Goldstein, Michael Herr, Truman Capote, Joe Eszterhas, Terry Southern, Hunter S. Thompson, Norman Mailer, Nicholas Tomalin, Tom Wolfe, Barbara L. Goldsmith, Joe McGinniss, George Plimpton, James Mills, John Gregory Dunne, John Sack, Joan Didion, "Adam Smith," Robert Christgau, and Garry Wills.

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