"Fight Club"--A Review
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This paper explores the models of male emotion and expressions of aggression as seen in Chuck Palahniuk's book "Fight Club." The review focuses on Palahniuk's thesis that male aggression should be channeled into competitiveness in the workplace. The paper further examines the "rules" as expressed in the book and concepts of masculinity. The review uses quotes from the book to support he various examples.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Lee, Terry. "Virtual violence in Fight Club: this is what transformation of masculine ego feels like." Journal of American & Comparative Cultures, Fall-Winter 2002 p. 418(6). 17 July 2006. <http://www.english.udel.edu/kharbot/fightclubarticle.htm>.
- Palahniuk, Chuck. Fight Club. 1996. New York: Henry Holt and Company, LLC.
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