The Narrator V. Tyler's Fight Club

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One can get the interpretation that fight club was actually a dream inside of the narrator’s head. At the ending of the book, the narrator is put into a mental institution. While in the mental institution, the narrator believes that he is in Heaven and that his nurse is God. The reasoning behind the fight club being considered as an illusion or a figment to the Narrator’s imagination because of the complexity of the Narrator also being Tyler. Throughout the novel we understand that the Narrator and Tyler are both the two different people, however Tyler is only a personality of the narrator. The idea of fight club being an illusion is because of the mental state of the Narrator who presumes to be an unreliable character because he is not for
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