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Fight Club: A Novel de Chuck Palahniuk
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Fight Club: A Novel (1996 original; edició 2005)

de Chuck Palahniuk (Autor)

Sèrie: Fight Club (1)

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The rise of a terrorist organization, led by a waiter who enjoys spitting in people's soup. He starts a fighting club, where men bash each other, and the club quickly gains in popularity. It becomes the springboard for a movement devoted to destruction for destruction's sake.
Membre:jooniper
Títol:Fight Club: A Novel
Autors:Chuck Palahniuk (Autor)
Informació:W. W. Norton (2005), 224 pages
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Club de lluita de Chuck Palahniuk (1996)

  1. 71
    American Psycho (Catalan Edition) de Bret Easton Ellis (sacredheartofthescen)
    sacredheartofthescen: Both about bored men in American society that found odd ways to fill their time and become what they want to be.
  2. 40
    El Llop estepari de Hermann Hesse (paradoxosalpha)
    paradoxosalpha: Fight Club could be read as an updated rewriting of Steppenwolf, with Hermine replaced by Tyler Durden, and the dance hall transformed to the fight club. Maria becomes Marla, and the Magic Theater becomes Operation Mayhem.
  3. 30
    The Wasp Factory de Iain Banks (arthurfrayn)
  4. 41
    Choke de Chuck Palahniuk (Ti99er)
  5. 31
    Neverwhere de Neil Gaiman (Sylak)
    Sylak: A man unwittingly becomes involved in a surreal underworld parallel to his own.
  6. 20
    The Seven Madmen de Roberto Arlt (CarlosMcRey)
    CarlosMcRey: Like Palahniuk's Joe, Arlt's Remo Erdosain seeks salvation through depravity and self-destruction in the midst of an urban wasteland.
  7. 20
    Mr. Overby Is Falling de Nathan Tyree (catdog2)
    catdog2: similar themes
  8. 10
    Ghosted de Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall (Liffey)
  9. 10
    The Nightly News de Jonathan Hickman (FFortuna)
  10. 00
    Casa de nines de Henrik Ibsen (Usuari anònim)
  11. 57
    El gran Gatsby de F. Scott Fitzgerald (keristars)
    keristars: Palahniuk says in an afterword that Fight Club was intended to be similar to the Great Gatsby. In a way, it really is - there's a similar mood and sort of feeling of despair at modern society, though the Great Gatsby was written and occurs seventy years before Fight Club. The relationships between the primary three characters in each novel are also similar.… (més)
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An insomniac protagonist creates a secret club where men assault each other. He is then powerless to stop the monster he has created. He and his girlfriend attend cancer victims’ support groups even though neither has cancer.

I disliked this book. I do not see the point. Perhaps it is meant to say that in order to “feel alive” people need to do more than peacefully coexist? If so, what a horrible message.

In the Afterword, the author states that this book began as a short story. I can see it would make a decent short story but repeating the same message with slight variations in each of 30 chapters felt like beating a dead horse (so to speak). I thought about not finishing but it is short. Bleak. Depressing. Not for me.
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  Castlelass | Oct 30, 2022 |
voy a seguir en shock por esto ( )
  pmesinas | Sep 28, 2022 |
It packs a punch to your brain I liked reading this book, it was fun, darkly funny and hypnotic to read.
Apparently while Chuck Palahniuk was writing this book, he had the album The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails on repeat and Trent Reznor the singer from Nine Inch Nails had the film Fight Club on repeat while he was writing the album The Downward Spiral.
Since I am a big fan of both of these people I think that is inspiring :) If you like gritty, dark stories about self-destructive losers then you will love this book.
After awhile, I have to admit, that I get get a bit fed up with the protagonist or other characters talking about the rules of fight club, since it is all about macho men, beating their chests and showing everyone else who is bigger and better than them.
I liked the fact that the protagonist suffered from insomnia, and he hated his life, his job and his boss and everything was a copy of a copy of a copy, just like the Nine Inch Nails song A Copy of A which reminded me of the band Nine Inch Nails,Trent Reznor is a inspiring & creative person in various ways.
His insomnia is so severe that he can't even tell when he is awake or when he is asleep and dreaming.
I did however like the surprising twist about Tyler Durden's character and weather he was just an hallucination, or a separate entity altogether. Overall, I liked the fact that the main protagonist was relatable, and self-destructive till he was severely hurt and still continued on with his job and attending the various different fight clubs or project mayhem. ( )
  EvilCreature | Sep 17, 2022 |
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The alienation that presumably accompanies modern life finally led the protagonist to create an alter-ego that embodies his rage over society. They then created a club where men gather to beat the hell out of each other, allegedly, to provide some purpose for their lives. Over time, the organization grew and turned into an army bent on destroying civilization.

The paradox that this idea is caught in is this: you are using the very systems that you want destroyed. You are telling people to hate consumerism, to stop going to malls, to stop being a bunch of mindless robots, but the only way they can access your idea is by buying your book or watching your film. Of course, realization of this paradox is never really that much of a blow to the central idea itself: that the world we are living in, is full of shit. Apparently, judging by the popularity of the movie and the novel, many people entertain this idea. Clearly, the author has struck a nerve.

But on another point of view, this could also be taken to symbolize the might of the prevailing order. Mass culture has provided that the very idea of rebellion itself be a form of entertainment or a fashion statement at most. Take for example, Che Guevarra, the Argentinian guerrilla-doctor who spent his life fighting capitalism, only to have his face end up in T-shirts and various merchandise. I don't know, but I think there's something wrong with that. This might be too much a stretch of the imagination, but still, the possibility is there.

Jul 10, '07
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  rufus666 | Aug 14, 2022 |
The movie is better. ( )
  SarahMac314 | Aug 12, 2022 |
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A volatile, brilliantly creepy satire filled with esoteric tips for causing destruction, Fight Club marks Chuck Palahniuk's debut as a novelist. Ever wonder how to pollute a plumbing system with red dye, or inject an ATM machine with axle grease or vanilla pudding? Along with instructions for executing such quirky acts of urban terrorism, Fight Club offers diabolically sharp and funny writing.
 
This brilliant bit of nihilism succeeds where so many self-described transgressive novels do not: It's dangerous because it's so compelling.
afegit per Shortride | editaKirkus Reviews
 
Every generation frightens and unnerves its parents, and Palahniuk's first novel is gen X's most articulate assault yet on baby-boomer sensibilities. This is a dark and disturbing book that dials directly into youthful angst and will likely horrify the parents of teens and twentysomethings. It's also a powerful, and possibly brilliant, first novel.
afegit per Shortride | editaBooklist, Thomas Gaughan
 
Caustic, outrageous, bleakly funny, violent and always unsettling, Palahniuk's utterly original creation will make even the most jaded reader sit up and take notice.
afegit per Shortride | editaPublishers Weekly
 

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Tyler gets me a job as a waiter, after that Tyler's pushing a gun in my mouth and saying, the first step to eternal life is you have to die.
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1. You don't talk about fight club.

2. You don't talk about fight club.

3. When someone says stop, or goes limp, even if he's just faking it, the fight is over.

4. Only two guys to a fight.

5. One fight at a time.

6. They fight without shirts or shoes.

7. The fights go on as long as they have to.

8. If this is your first night at fight club, you have to fight.

– Fight Club, pages 48–50

"Don't think of it as extinction. Think of it as downsizing."
It was that morning that Tyler Durden invented Project Mayhem.
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