Wolfe's agent confirmed the sad news to the New York Times.
Wolfe worked as a reporter at the Springfield Union in MA and as the Latin American correspondent for the Washington Post. He moved to New York in 1962 to join the New York Herald-Tribune and remained in the city for the rest of his life.
He championed the use of unconventional techniques such as "saturation reporting'" which involves the writer shadowing the subject over a long period of time. The style relied on rich and detailed description that evoked a more literary style of prose than found in typical non-fiction works. Wolfe was associated with other New Journalism writers like Hunter S. Thompson, Joan Didion and Truman Capote.
Battlefield V announced, official reveal coming next week
The livestream will be hosted by Daily Show host Trevor Noah feature the developers from DICE showcasing the game. It was codenamed as Battlefield V although the final name of the game appears to be the same as the initial leak.
The Right Stuff, Wolfe's 1979 account of the early days of the US space program and the test pilots recruited for it, remains his best-selling work.
The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968) chronicled the rise of the hippy generation, while Radical Chic (1970) mocked the pretensions of Manhattan liberals and The Painted Word (1975) those of the art world.
He then moved onto his first work of fiction, "The Bonfire of the Vanities" a seminal tale of 1980s NY involving the a Wall Street banker, a Bronx high school student, and a tabloid reporter.
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Wolfe was also famous for his dapper "Southern gentleman" look, often appearing in public in a pristine white suit, white homburg hat, and two-tone shoes.
The Epic Action Packed Race 3 Trailer is here!
A film with big scale music, emotion, action, youth kind, which you watch, whistle in the end and go back home happy. The actor a day before the trailer launch was snapped at Producer Ramesh Taurani's office in Mumbai on May 14, 2018.