plutography
n. A book (or, more generally, a literary genre) that examines the lifestyles of rich and famous people.

Example Citation:
"It is the age of plutography, where the acts of the rich turn them into great stars."
—Tom Wolfe

Notes:
Plutography combines the prefix pluto- (from the Greek word ploutos, "wealth") with the suffix -graphy (from the Greek verb graphein, "to write").

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