Fight Club Topics for Discussion

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What does Bob's character represent?

In the triangle relationship of Marla, Tyler and the narrator, why is Marla thought of as the source of all the problems?

Compare and contrast the lives and personalities of Tyler and the narrator.

Why does the narrator go to support groups? What does he get from letting out his emotions? What social commentary was the author trying to make by having the men cry at support groups?

In a society of men raised by women, men have forgotten how to be men. How does Tyler plan to help men reclaim their rightful place in the world?

Why does accepting death play such a big part in Tyler's plan to change the world?

Tyler's means of achieving his political goals are completely outside of the system. What do you think the author is trying to say about democracy as a system of...

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