Новая журналистика и психоанализ: К антропологии литературных форм
This article examines New Journalism using metaphors from psychoanalysis. In the 1960s, New Journalism changed the balance of power in American letters. The main ideologue and practitioner of New Journalism was Tom Wolfe, who in the early 1960s recognized the inadequacy of the familiar journalistic language for the new sociocultural reality, and he uncovered new artistic possibilities for himself. In the early 1970s, Wolfe summarized the outcomes of New Journalism, characterizing its role, formulating its theoretical positions, and describing its history as it seemed to him. A strong link in the chain of literary journalism, New Journalism is an important topic in the conversations about the literary anthropology.