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Fight Club

Fight Club

  

by Chuck Palahniuk

Fight Club: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. The narrator's attendance of support groups forces him to confront what? -> Mortality
2. Tyler often talks to our narrator about his relationship with his father. These conversations most closely relate to which theme? -> Religion
3. Even though he never says it, our narrator's relationship with Marla most closely relates to which theme? -> Deep-Seated Commitment Issues
4. Fight Club's graphic fight scenes best illustrate which theme? -> Violence
5. The subversive goals of Project Mayhem have to do mostly with which theme? -> Society and Class

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