Fight Club: A Novel
Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk Chapter 1 TYLER GETS ME a job as a waiter, after that Tyler's pushing a gun in my mout.
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The book begins with a man named Tyler, who is holding a gun in the mouth of the narrator. The narrator, to allow the reader to understand how he found himself in this position, carries the story back to his time as an office worker. He lives in an apartment building filled with designer furniture. However, due to the lack of happiness in his life, he suffers from insomnia. The doctor, however, dismisses his concerns and even tells him that if he wanted to get a look at real pain, he should go see the people in support groups, with real problems. He pretends to have various illnesses so he can participate in the sharing and healing which occurs within each group. He actually becomes addicted to these support groups as they have become a source of comfort and relief for him.