The novel Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk Essay
Plug is associated with a generation of guys condemned to corporate toadyism, with emotional lives and investments mediated through the allure of commodities and merchandise. No longer a maker of goods, Jack exemplifies a kind of domesticated passivity, alienated, and without ambition. On the other hand, Tyler represents an embodied liberty that refuses the seductions of consumerism, while fetishizing self sufficient production from cleansers to explosivesthe ultimate bad expression which is chaos and devastation, both goods of late capitalism (Giroux 12). Works Cited: Century Sibel, 2000. 2000).
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