Event Title

Reading: Tom Wolfe

Presenter Information

Tom Wolfe

Location

University Center

Start Date

16-3-1976 8:00 PM

End Date

16-3-1976 9:00 PM

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In this audiovisual recording from March 16, 1976 as part of the 7th annual UND Writing Conference: “New Journalism and the Novel,” Tom Wolfe lectures on counterculture, working for the Washington Post, the role of the novel in news publishing, the decline of realism, his early career in new journalism, his experience with the Hells Angels, conventions of the novel and the power of realism, the adaptation of his work to screen, turning people into characters, and the publications he has written for.

Introduced by Bernard O'Kelly.

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Mar 16th, 8:00 PM Mar 16th, 9:00 PM

Reading: Tom Wolfe

University Center

In this audiovisual recording from March 16, 1976 as part of the 7th annual UND Writing Conference: “New Journalism and the Novel,” Tom Wolfe lectures on counterculture, working for the Washington Post, the role of the novel in news publishing, the decline of realism, his early career in new journalism, his experience with the Hells Angels, conventions of the novel and the power of realism, the adaptation of his work to screen, turning people into characters, and the publications he has written for.

Introduced by Bernard O'Kelly.