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Essay | Fight Club: Book Vs. Movie

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Fight Club.
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Fight Club: Book Vs. Movie

Summary: Essay describes the differences between the book and the movie of "Fight Club."
The novel, Fight Club is only 208 pages long, and it was meant to be that short, but the movie is more than 2 hours long. This begs the question, why? What Chuck Palahniuk wanted to do was to make the readers think, and what the movie did was they rolled out the thoughts, meaning it was made for people to understand it without any thinking. When you fully understand the ideas behind the book by doing some thinking, it is far greater than pre-thought 2 hour long movie, and you are truly enjoying what the Fight Club is all about.

First, it is important to know that the author never mentions the main character's name in the book, and it is more important to know why. As I said before, the book was made for you to think, and to go beyond the words in the book...

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