A Man in Full - Critique and Synopsis - 1 minute read

A Man in Full on Flixtor.tor television adaptation emphasizes the distinction between a good TV show and a good book. While it closely mirrors the book's storyline for the most part, the final episode takes a more contemporary approach to Tom Wolfe's viewpoint. Both the book and the film explore the concept of being a "man in full" in present-day America. Tom Wolfe skillfully addresses issues of class and racial discrimination in the United States through the character of Tom Croker, who is juxtaposed with a white working-class individual, while also grouping the emerging black middle class with the white middle class.