Le Gauchisme de Park Avenue

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  • Title: Le Gauchisme de Park Avenue
  • Author: Tom Wolfe
  • ISBN: 9782070282593
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Wolfe was educated at Washington and Lee Universities and also at Yale, where he received a PhD in American studies Tom Wolfe spent his early days as a Washington Post beat reporter, where his free association, onomatopoetic style would later become the trademark of New Journalism In books such as The Electric Koolaid Acid Test, The Right Stuff, and The Bonfire of the Vanities, Wolfe delves into the inner workings of the mind, writing about the unconscious decisions people make in their lives His attention to eccentricities of human behavior and language and to questions of social status are considered unparalleled in the American literary canon.He is one of the founders of the New Journalism movement of the 1960s and 1970s.Tom Wolfe is also famous for coining and defining the term fiction absolutecmillan author tomwolfe

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  1. Tom Wolfe, full of snark Wolfe s best work The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test, The Right Stuff, the early Esquire stories centers on character who he clearly admires He s often called a great observer, but in truth, he s always been a better king maker More and , Wolfe s tendency is to attack what he doesn t really understand At this point, he presents himself as an aging, out of touch buffoon decrying oral sex and extolling the virtues of the Scotch Irish Radical Chic is one of Wolfe s first foray [...]


  2. Still valid Still extremely valid Still so valid that you can see parallels of everything described in the book in regular life I m not a new your socialite, but the idea of radical chic applies to most every cause today I do see group organizers on a regular basis, and they mau mau as much as ever.


  3. I found a hardbound first edition of Radical Chic and Mau Mauing the Flak Catchers in a used book barn in rural Pennsylvania over the holidays unfortunately without the cartoonish book jacket It gave me an opportunity to re read these two magazine articles, a 130 page snapshot of late 1960s liberal society written in Wolfe s new journalism style radical itself This quick read is such a hoot for anyone who came of age in the 60s For those younger, it offers a different point of view than your his [...]


  4. Tom Wolfe entered the political fray with the two essays in his 1970 book Radical Chic Mau Mauing the Flak Catchers Radical Chic describes a fundraiser that Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia held at their Park Avenue apartment for the Black Panther Party Wolfe wasn t actually invited to the party, but he saw the invitation on David Halberstam s desk at Harper s magazine Halberstam wasn t in, so Wolfe pocketed the invitation and RSVP d to the party Wolfe was struck by the incongruity of the [...]


  5. The prejudices are clear purportedly and expose about the hypocrisies of Upper East Side armchair liberalism, the author s voice clearly belongs to the crowd he criticizes But nonetheless a hilarious, insightful piece of living history.


  6. This is a series of vignettes of American culture in the 60 s and 70 s I loved Mau mauing the flak catchers The flak catchers were government bureaucrats at the interface of public programs for the poor and the actual poor One local entrepreneur ran a school to teach the biggest, strongest, most aggressive blacks to terrorize or Mau Mau these people and thereby convince the flakies that they were the natural leaders of the oppressed community, and would therefore receive the most government mone [...]


  7. Radical Chic, the first long form essay in this book tells the almost too good to be true of Leonard Bernstein s soiree for his fellow New York glitterati and several key members of the Black Panther Party at his Park Avenue duplex Wolfe s tone is about what you would expect A hilarious, biting take on white guilt and the unbridled hypocrisy temporarily replacing your long time black servants with Latino servants so to appear progressive, e.g resulting when revolution becomes fashionable Mau Ma [...]


  8. Had to read this for class too I think his writing is flamboyent In terms of content I really enjoyed it I thought he was really writing about how everyone ignores the working classes But for class we only discussed craft Amazing how this style of writing only occurred in the sixties, it s kind of dated that way If people were to write like this now, well some people do and when they do I find it cloying.


  9. An absolute character assasination of the would be hip, open minded, liberal left wing Reinforces the things change This is as true of an indictment today as it was 37 years ago


  10. The father of New Journalism RIP spends his epochal fusillade on two targets First, the aesthetic progressivism radical chic of the WASP elite during the Civil Rights era Second, the masochistic corruption of LBJ s bureaucrats the boots on the ground in the War on Poverty Wolfe s prose is electric and vertiginous In one sentence he generalizes about national trends or the psychology of whole classes in the next he plunges deep to focus on a breath mint or the muscles around a cringing G Man s mo [...]


  11. Wolfe chronicles the relationship between blacks and whites specifically, empowered blacks and high class or governmental powerful whites during the period of the late 60s.One essay chronicles the brief radical chic fad, in which New York intellectuals hosted meetings for groups like the Black Panthers and the Young Lords, all laced with Wolfe s typical acid wit and eye for absurdity.The other essay covers the same period, roughly, in San Francisco, in which ghetto residents organised to mau mau [...]


  12. What a great little book I really enjoyed Wolfe s adroit skewering of slumming wealth liberals in Radical Chic Mau Mauing the Flack Catchers is a little of a mixed bag Some useful observations and clever turns of phrase, but ultimately less satisfying than Radical Chic.


  13. Great stuff Wolfe is a little bit of everything Gonzo and independent in terms of journalism, satirical and accusatory in his attacks, libertarian and counter culture in principle.


  14. Tom Wolfe is a genius writer in the pantheon of Hemingway He devised the term limosine liberal and of course Radical Chic Remarkably this book reads like it was written in 2016 in the thrust of liberalism, social media, and political correctness But it was written in 1970 Far ahead of its time and one could say Wolfe characterized the first seedlings of political correctness with that sapling planted in the late 60s Who knows, if social media existed then the same nonsense happening today would [...]


  15. So it all started in the 1960s I ve heard that said so often, but I didn t really believe it But this book shows that it did And what s worse, that everybody knew that it whatever you define it to be didn t work and was basically just a racket, part of the race hustle put on rich liberal whites and on the government bureaucracy to get media face time and money They were even hollering about reparations back then.And almost half a century later has any of it done any good Has any progress been ma [...]



  16. Tom Wolfe s middle name is Kennerly Who knew Should you read it yes Even if it s dated at times Wolfe s writing is insightful, snappy, and often hilarious It s also a short, blazing fast read.This is one of many books that I, as a student of nonfiction writing, have had on my shelf for many years, and I ll admit, at times I ve pretended I d read the whole thing, rather than just the first 20 pages.I finally picked it up, because I just couldn t read only Proust for the whole Summer, I don t yet [...]


  17. This was my first Tom Wolfe experience, and it was a good one His sensitivity for finding the plate tectonic social themes within the anthropology of factional interaction was so dead on I often found myself wanting to raise a first muttering my own right on in solidarity Radical Chic in particular was a very objectively hah focused piece of journalism patched together with weaving threads of humor, fashion sense, and contemporary criticisms Wolfe s ability to find the relevant sociological them [...]


  18. I mainly borrowed this combined volume for The Painted Word , his snark filled take on the New York modern art scene.As a student of art history I adored it and time has proved Wolfe s argument about the insular nature of the art world I enjoyed the other essays but they seemed a little dated I loved reacquainting myself with Wolfe s style.


  19. I still hate Tom Wolfe.Radical Chic was stupid Mau Mauing the Flak Catchers was kind of interesting, but the only reason I finished it was because the whole book was approximately 130 pages long Shut up, Tom Wolfe.


  20. Okay, technically I read this in a packet in xerox reproduction form as part of an Introduction to Cultural Criticism class, my freshman year of college I want to re read this Living in Oakland makes me want to re read this, as I feel like I see this being re enacted in the arts scene here.



  21. I don t remember too much of this book, other than reading it very quickly and enjoying it Wolfe s shorter collections of essays, magazine pieces are all worth the time.


  22. i don t like this that much which is ok b c i found it in my parents book collection but it seems like it might be a good catalyst for some internet research.






  23. Great storytelling, hilarious description of white guilt meets black rage , as Time wrote some 40 years ago.



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