Tom Wolfe, the year-old journalist and best-selling author known for his immersive style, contrarian attitude and hallmark white suits, died Monday in a New York City hospital. His novelistic nonfiction particularly helped expose the pluralism and peculiarities of American culture and usher in a new writing style that he called New Journalism. Before starting his career as a journalist, he aspired to play Major League Baseball. While the English degree Wolfe earned from Washington and Lee University in would arguably serve him further in the long run, as an undergraduate he dreamed about becoming a baseball star.
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