from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Wolfe, James 1727-1759. British general in Canada. He defeated the French at Quebec (1759) but was mortally wounded in the battle.
- Wolfe, Thomas (Clayton) 1900-1938. American writer who is best known for his two autobiographical novels, Look Homeward, Angel (1929) and You Can't Go Home Again (1940).
- Wolfe, Thomas (Kennerly) Known as "Tom.” Born 1931. American writer. A leading exponent of New Journalism, he has written extensively on popular culture. His works include The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968) and The Right Stuff (1979).
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- proper n. A surname of English and German origin, a variant of Wolf.
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- n. United States writer best known for his autobiographical novels (1900-1938)
- n. United States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)
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