Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What support group does the narrator attend several months prior to the opening scene?
2. Who thwarts the narrator's attempts to find relief at the support groups?
3. What does the narrator discover has happened when he returns home?
4. What does the narrator describe as anarchy, guns and an explosion?
5. What does the narrator take delight in calling himself and Tyler at the banquet?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where does the narrator's jealousy about Marla and Tyler come from?
2. When the narrator confronts Marla about being a "tourist" at the support groups, how does Marla respond?
3. Why does the narrator take delight in thinking of himself and Tyler as "dinner party saboteurs"?
4. What does the narrator's comment about his boss's tie and the day of the week signify?
5. What is the goal that Raymond Hessel has and how does the narrator ensure he will achieve that goal?
6. What does the narrator realize following Bob's death?
7. What does the narrator do when his boss at the hotel attempts to fire him and why?
8. What is the triangle that the narrator mentions in the opening scene? Why are anarchy, guns and an explosion used to represent that triangle?
9. How does the narrator realize that the Parker-Morris building, the building he and Tyler are in at the beginning and end of the novel, is not going to explode?
10. Why does the narrator frequent support group meetings to rid himself of insomnia?
The society that the narrator lives in is extremely similar to, if not the same, as the society that we live in today. True or false? Support your answer with specific examples from the text.
Who is the character in the mental institution at the end of Fight Club? Tyler, or the narrator? Based on the struggle between the two characters for power, which character would make the most sense? Support your answer with specific examples from the text, presenting a clear and cohesive argument.
In order to generate monetary funds for Project Mayhem, Tyler makes soap from liposuctioned fat and sells it to the local department store. What is the significance of the soap production's irony? How does the soap production mirror Tyler's acts of civil disobedience. What is he trying to do to society? Cite specific examples from the text to support your answer.
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