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|Biography Of Tom Wolfe|
|Real Name||Tom Wolfe|
|Nick Name||Thomas Kennerly Tom Wolfe, Jr.|
|Personal life of Tom Wolfe|
|Born on||02 March 1931|
|Born in||Richmond, Virginia, USA|
|Grouping of People||Atheists|
|Personal life of Tom Wolfe|
|Father||Thomas Kennerly Wolfe, Sr.|
|Education||Washington and Lee University, Yale University|
|Awards||1961 – Washington Newspaper Guild Award for Foreign News Reporting 1961 – Washington Newspaper Guild Awards for Humor 1970 – Society of Magazine Writers Award for Excellence
1973 – Frank Luther Mott Research Award 1974 – D.Litt. Washington and Lee University 1977 – Virginia Laureate for literature 1980 – National Book Award for Nonfiction for The Right Stuff 1980 – Columbia Journalism Award for The Right Stuff 1980 – Harold D. Vursell Memorial Award of the American Institute of Arts and Letters 1980 – Art History Citation from the National Sculpture Society 1984 – John Dos Passos Award 1986 – Gari Melchers Medal 1986 – Benjamin Pierce Cheney Medal from Eastern Washington University 1986 – Washington Irving Medal for Literary Excellence 1998 – Finalist for the National Book Award for A Man in Full 2001 – National Humanities Medal 2003 – Chicago Tribune Literary Prize for Lifetime Achievement 2004 – Bad Sex in Fiction Award from the Literary Review 2005 – Academy of Achievement Golden Plate Award 2006 – Jefferson Lecture in Humanities 2010 – National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters
|Personal Fact of Tom Wolfe|
One of the most popular and audacious journalists/authors of our age, Tom Wolfe heralded the New Journalism movement, which broke the conventions and restrictions on journalistic writing. His unique and fresh style of writing suited the popular magazines including Harper’s, Esquire, The New Yorker and Rolling Stone. He has also been credited for coining certain words/phrases such as statusphere, the right stuff, radical chic,the Me Decade, and social x-ray, which have become a part of English vocabulary.
His influence, especially in the world of printed media, is massive and not only he taught writers to exercise a certain degree of independence, but also introduced the usage of present tense while writing profile articles.
Later, he wrote novels which were commercially successful but many of the mainstream writers severely criticized his writings owing to the approach he adopted in his literary works. Even today, disagreements between him and writers such as John Updike, Norman Mailer, Gore Vidal and John Irving are common in the public eye. Nonetheless, he remains one of the greatest journalists of the present day, who showed a new technique and offered a new insight into journalism, which also dealt with analysis and evaluation of facts.
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