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Fight Club

Fight Club

  

by Chuck Palahniuk

Fight Club Chapter 7 Summary

How It All Goes Down

  • Our narrator's been dreaming of having sex with Marla Singer. Tyler, however, is actually doing it. Yowza.
  • Tyler and our narrator moved in together about a month earlier, in a run-down house on Paper Street. It smells, it's dangerous, and the only furniture in the place is the giant stacks of magazines.
  • It seems that Marla called the house, saying she was going to commit suicide. Our narrator ignored her, but Tyler went to help her. He brought her back to the house and they slept together.
  • "Put a gun to my head and paint the wall with my brains," (7.78) our narrator says when he finds out about their little affair. Sounds like he's just a wee bit jealous.

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