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Fight Club Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Parker-Morris Building

The Parker-Morris Building is the starting and ending setting in the book. As Tyler holds a gun to the inside of the narrator's mouth, the Mischief Committee of Project Mayhem is busy destroying the inside and preparing for its destruction.

The Paper Street house

The dilapidated house on Paper Street is Tyler Durden's house. The narrator moves into the house after his condo is destroyed by an explosion. The house is practically condemned. The only neighbors are a closed machine shop and a block-long warehouse. A past tenant collected magazines, so there are stacks piled high in the basement and almost every room. The house becomes the headquarters and training ground for Project Mayhem members.

The Support Groups

Noted support groups in the story include Remaining Men Together (the testicular cancer group), Free and Clear (the blood parasites group), Above and Beyond (brain parasites group), Firm...

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