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American Psycho Chapter Summary & Analysis - April Fool's, Morning, Harry's Summary

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April Fool's, Morning, Harry's Summary

American Psycho is a novel that makes a statement about modern society. Patrick Bateman is a rich kid who works on Wall Street. Bateman spends his mornings at the gym and his nights clubbing with his friends. Everyone believes Bateman is a nice guy, the shy boy next door. What his friends do not know is that Bateman is a psychopathic killer who has confessed to his crimes repeatedly. No one wants to believe that the boy next door could hurt someone, so everyone chooses to ignore Bateman's confessions. American Psycho is a satire that is both entertaining and frightening, opening reader's eyes to the consequences of apathy in society.

Patrick Bateman rides in a taxi with Tim Price to his girlfriend, Evelyn's, home. Price is talking non-stop about everything from money to AIDS. When they arrive on Evelyn's block, Price...

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