Fight Club - First rule of Fight Club induce chaos in those...

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First rule of Fight Club, induce chaos in those who would not otherwise be suspected of chaotic behavior. The main character transforms from a spineless, Ikea ordering, unpassionate, boring man into an insane leader of men who grow into chaos craving addicts. The main character is initially portrayed as the guy who does what he is supposed to do. When I mention the guy who does what he is supposed to do this means he is doing what society and more importantly everyone close to him wants and expects him to do. The unfortunate details of this character are that he seems to never act on what he wants causing him to become a drone in the world. He struggles with his deep desire to be his own person in every way he can’t handle the life he is leading and develops insomnia and eventually a split personality. Our nameless main character seeks medical attention for some sleeping pill and is denied but directed to a support group for people who are truly suffering. The main character develops an addiction to these groups for the emotional
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