Everything you need to understand or teach Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.
Tyler and the narrator are standing on top of the one hundred and the ninety story Parker-Morris building on the edge of total destruction. Tyler is holding a gun in the narrator's mouth and pressing the barrel against the back of this throat.
This is the end of a story that starts two years before. The narrator is an average run-of-the-mill worker, who lives his life on repeat. He has a great condo and participates avidly in the consumer culture of society. He is suffering from severe insomnia and can't figure out why. The narrator finds a remedy for his insomnia by going to support groups and crying with the real injured people. It is there he meets Marla Singer, who completely throws his regular support-group meeting schedule out of alignment. He despises her for intruding in his territory.
During the course of a normal work business trip...
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