Definition of Tom Wolfe
1. Noun. United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931).
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1. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1905)
"Tom Wolfe was convicted of assault with intent to murder, and brings error. Reversed. Claude Payton, for plaintiff in error. WE Wooten, Sol. ..."
2. Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing As a Process by Carol B. Olson (1996)
"Check topic with teacher. Get your assignment for the on- campus group saturation report. Bring lunch to class 'Tom Wolfe and EW Johnson, The New Journalism ..."
3. Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions by William D. Compton (1996)
"... including the choice of test pilots as the Original Seven astronauts and their experiences through the Mercury program, see Tom Wolfe, The Right Stuff ..."
4. Military Ethics: Reflections on Principles-The Profession of Arms, Military edited by Malham M. Wakin (1994)
"His time was not what Tom Wolfe calls a "Me" generation. Can we educate for leadership? That's a tough question. It's related to—it's really a part of—a ..."
5. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"Tom Wolfe, author of The Right Stuff. Many famous writers made Virginia their adopted home, from 19th-century master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe, ..."
6. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... to be extremely popular in the decades since: it triggered a complex and very public chain of events —Tom Wolfe, in The Contemporary Essay. ed. ..."
7. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"The new journalism came about with people like Mailer and Tom Wolfe, as a topical form of comment that was highly subjective and personalized. ..."