Fight Club Prospectus

Fight Club Prospectus - Nikki Resor English 112 BF Fight...

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Nikki Resor English 112 BF Fight Club Prospectus Working Title : Religion References Reflect on the Narrators Sense of Self in Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club The focus of this project is to analyze the role religion plays in the novel and how it reflects on the main character as a person. Throughout the novel, we see several references to religion and believing in an almighty power. I will argue that references to religion and the way the narrator see’s Tyler as an almighty power is a reflection on his inner emotions pertaining to himself as well as his life. I will be discussing the elements of theme and character in this essay. Rationale Throughout the novel, Palahniuk clearly distinguishes religion as a main theme. Whether he uses subtle hints or directly comes out and talks about religion, he is attempting to make a connection to the narrator’s personality and emotions. The narrator grew up with an absent father and is living a life full of materialism and consumerism, but he feels
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course COM 143 taught by Professor Becker during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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