On the surface, Herman Melville’s “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” published in 1853, and Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club, published in 1996, may seem completely at odds with one another, yet there are some similarities between the themes and characters of...
The novel Fight Club, by Chuck Palahniuk, tells the story of a nameless protagonist enveloped in a consumer-driven society.
A stereotypical American driven by consumption and possessions, he finds himself living day-to-day as a cog in the machine...
Throughout Fight Club, the concept of the separation of soul from body appears in various forms.
Whether forced upon others by Tyler or originating organically, the gap created between the essence of a man and the reality of his life reveals a...
In the comments of her submission, Allison writes, “I saw an opportunity and I took it.
I cannot say that I am sorry because that would be a lie. Yes.” The professor writes, “I struggled over this grade for a long time.
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use the most literal symbols of cleansing and renewal – a bath and soap respectively.
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