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“The experience of the barrier between the subjective and the objective, the personal and the impersonal, and I and the not-I disappearing…that feeling!…Or can you remember when you were a child watching someone put a pencil to a sheet of paper for the first tim, to draw a picture…and the line begins to grow- into a nose! 390 more words
Tom Wolfe is widely regarded as one of the founders of the New Journalism movement in American literature, which blended an objective, often-blunt, journalistic approach to narrative with a first-person “as though you were there,” experimental, onomatopoetic, free association style of expression. 1,003 more words
In this charming photo from 1969, novelist/screenwriter/essayist/writing icon Joan Didion reads Honey Bear by Dixie Willson to three-year-old daughter Quintana Roo Dunne.
Tom Wolfe — author of BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES and THE RIGHT STUFF — claims that… 302 more words