Under the narcotic of complete and total pathological narcissism, nothing is real, including the people you interact with, the stories you tell each other about each other, and pretty much everything else: that’s the message of this Fight Club analysis for the truly obsessed Fight Club fan. What this analysis reveals is just how close Fight Club is to Pahlaniuk’s first novel, Invisible Monsters, which was a narcissistic tripelganger and which, up to that point, had never been done before in English literature.
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