Analysis Of Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club

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Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club is a novel which influences the narrator’s ability to cope with a self-centered Tyler, crucial and destruction Marla and Bob, the body builder taking hormones that made him grow breasts. The story takes place in a modern times city, and airports. All the conversations and events are told through the narrator's eyes and he is unreliable because he is secretly both himself and Tyler Durden. the narrator and Tyler's personalities bleeds over into the story, making it difficult to entangle which of the narrator's thoughts are truly his own. Big Bob becomes the narrator’s friend, after they met at a support group for testicular cancer. He gets his testicles removed due to cancer, then his body increases with its estrogen,

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