Fight Club Essay | Fight Club

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Fight Club

Summary: For my writer's craft class in OAC (grade 13, its an Ontario thing...), we had to discuss a book, including its style, structure, themes, etc... I chose Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club.
Fight Club

Insanity and self-awareness are two very important aspects of humanity which can be defined by a multitude of emotions and states of mind. Chuck Palahniuk, in his book titled Fight Club captures the destruction, the evolution and discoveries of both of these aspects perfectly through the use of many stylistic devices. From his use of language, to his use of rhetorical devices and figurative language and finally to his use of sentence structure he creates a provocative piece which truly captures the harsh realities of the world and the mind. His work, Fight Club, is truly formidable thanks to its trials, discoveries and self-destruction of his characters brought to life through his use of style.

The most basic aspect of style is the level of language used by the author in creating his work. Chuck Palahniuk uses informal diction in his novel. This is proven through...

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