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    One of the main themes in the book “Fight Club” are mental illness, mixed with loneliness and freedom from the expectations of society. Tyler, one of the main characters, is created due to protagonists’ lack of connection with people around him. The protagonist had a sense of loneliness and attended several support groups to alleviate the feeling. He was not rejected at the support groups as the members thought he was sick just like they were, yet the feeling of his loneliness was not alleviated

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    The Time is Night is a short novel by Liudmila Petrushevskaya. It is one of the few stories that I enjoy reading over and over again. The reason is that each time I re-read it, I perceive it in a slightly different way. The complicity of characters and the style of the novel is what I would like to emphasize most about the novel, as well as the fact that The Time is Night represents an outstanding social awareness of the author. As an introduction, Liudmila Petrushevskaya writes that what readers

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    Big Ban Theory

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    Two years ago I started increasing interest in television, and watching movies. In addition, I grew quite fond of a sitcom created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady. The show is called “Big Bang Theory”. Anytime a good laugh was needed, I knew I could count on this hilarious serious. Also I found a new favorite movie. My new favorite movie is called “Notebook” it’s a romantic drama film. Anyone who has seen this movie probably had eyes filled with tears. The movie is directed by Nick Cassavetes, it’s

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    Maltese

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    sketchy and sometimes contradictory. In his book Hollywood Cartoons, author Michael Barrier tells us that Maltese’s first job in animation (at the comparatively ripe old age of twenty-seven) was at the Fleischer Studio. Meanwhile, in his book Chuck Amuck, director Chuck Jones says that Maltese entered into cartoons via Terrytoons, another New York City outfit. Jones claims that Maltese secured the job after commenting that the rickety Terrytoons elevator should bear a plaque reading “Good to the Last Drop”

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    Who Is He?

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    against their conscience in search for questions about the purpose of life. These conflicts can interfere with the individual’s real existence from the world by making him or her unaware of the environment. The narrator, in the novel Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk, demonstrates these struggles against an internal force that prevents from him becoming real. He is understood to be a psychotic individual who creates violent organizations in different states that hurt others as well as him. Thus, the narrator

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    Cultural Analysis of a Gossip Girl Ad

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    Gossip Girl is an American teen drama set in New York Upper East Side and tells the story of privileged upper class young adults, as they battle sex, drugs, alcohol, relationships and betrayal. Narrated by an infamous incognito, who blogs the lives and drama of Manhattans elite. The series was wrote in a series of novels by Cecily von Ziegesar and produced by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. The show begins with the sentence "Gossip Girl here, your one and only source into the scandalous lives

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    not your fucking khakis--Tyler Durden, Fight Club In 1996, Chuck Palahniuk published his first novel, Fight Club. On the surface it can is seen as a backlash to the feminization of men, and a celebration of violence for violence sake. But what is it really about? Fight Club is a protest against not the feminization of the western male, but against men themselves. (Audio track three on the special edition DVD featuring author Chuck Palahniuk and screenwriter Jim Uhls is fantastic and can help the

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    A pivotal scene accurately encapsulates the philosophy that pervades both Chuck Palahniuk’s original novel Fight Club and David Fincher’s movie adaptation is the so-called human sacrifice scene. Overall, there is fidelity between the adaptation and the original, however, the sacrifice scene in particular stands out as demarcating the two works creatively. Palahniuk’s version has the narrator pointing a gun at convenience store owner Raymond K. Hessel, questioning him, and threatening the clerk with

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    Literary Analysis of Fight Club

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    Fight Club is a novel written by Chuck Palahniuk. This is a story about a protagonist who struggles with insomnia. An anonymous character suffering from recurring insomnia due to the stress brought about by his job is introduced to the reader. He visits a doctor who later sends him to visit a support group for testicular cancer victims, and this helps him in alleviating his insomnia. However, his insomnia returns after he meets Marla Singer. Later on, the narrator meets Tyler Durden, and they together

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    Analysis of “Fight Club” For years David Fincher has directed some of the most stylish and creative thrillers in American movies. His works include: Aliens 3, Seven, The Game and Fight Club. Each of these films has been not only pleasing and fun to watch but each has commented on society, making the viewers think outside the normal and analyze their world. Fight Club is no exception, it is a multi-layered film with many subplots and themes, but primarily it is a surrealistic description of the

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