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Tom Wolfe, The bonfire of the vanities

Sherman McCoy è un bond trader di successo, un principe di Wall Street, con un appartamento da Architectural Digest in Park Avenue e la convinzione di essere “Master of the Universe”. 223 more words

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Prior to the invention of the reader, one had to walk up to War and Peace and read it.

/Beth Wareham

I rarely quote my husband, but heck, I rarely admit I have one. 364 more words



Andy Gilmore is an artist I recently discovered. I’ve been intrigued with the style that he exhibits in his work for years. He has become a great inspiration in my life. 53 more words

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Factual Entertainment

Features are not called features in TV – it’s called factual entertainment

Print in features is called literary journalism

Factual programmes are presenter led. Never sell a factual programme without a presenter. 231 more words

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Sun Love

Yesterday I went to the beach. I never go to the beach.  I live just a short drive away and yet I’ve made the trip just twice in the last couple of years. 290 more words


Mauve Gloves & Madmen, Clutter & Vine by Tom Wolfe

A series of essays covering the late 60s – early 70s; life in America during the “ME DECADE” The spotlight jumps around from an apartment in New York to a Navy ship headed for the coast of Vietnam, from college campuses to the streets of San Francisco. ★★★★

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The 70s Vibe

Cherry’s swim team celebrated spirit week leading up to the district meet. Everyday had its own theme: Hawaiian Shirt Day, Dress to Impress Day, Dress Like the 70s Day. 254 more words

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