White (Nonfiction) Summary
Bret Easton Ellis

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White (Nonfiction) Overview

In his non-fiction work White, Bret Easton Ellis rages upon modern culture for its hypersensitivity and intolerance of opposing opinions. Ellis uses examples of art, particularly in movies and novels, and the lives of artists to illustrate the way freedom of thought and freedom of speech is being suppressed at an alarming rate. Themes include the impact of social media on society as a whole, the victim mentality that is embraced by modern culture, and the suppression of free speech.

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