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Essay | Character Analysis of Victor Ward in "Glamorama" by Bret Easton Ellis

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Character Analysis of Victor Ward in "Glamorama" by Bret Easton Ellis

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the main character of Victor Ward in Bret Easton Ellis' "Glamorama."
Victor Ward/Johnson in Glamorama by Bret Easton Ellis: An exploration of the devices used to affect readers' attitudes to a character.

Bret Easton Ellis first emerged as a brilliant new writer when his novel Less Than Zero was published in 1985. In stark, minimalist prose he chronicled the erratic world of wealthy Los Angeles teenagers living a hollow existence of drugs, soulless sex, casual violence and consumer extravagance. This was followed by Rules of Attraction and then in 1991 by American Psycho. This is perhaps his most well known/notorious book and is said to be one of the most shocking American novels ever. This novel has also be adapted for the screen in 1999 staring Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman, the lead character and the `psycho' of the novel. The Informers was published three years later and was a collection...

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