Use Of Satire In Fight Club

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Fight Club Satire is the use of humor, irony, and/or exaggeration to expose and criticize people’s stupidity in the context of a play, novel, or film. It is used in many films to show foolishness. A writer in satire used fictional characters, which stand for people, to expose and condemn their corruption. Satire often aims to create political or social change. There are many techniques to do so. Marla and Tyler have seen each other at different support groups multiple times. They both realize that they are there for a different reason than everyone else. They say and tell stories about how they have cancer but really they do not. They are perfectly fine. They both go to the support groups for the same reason, people only really listen to you when you are dying. Tyler and Marla have never really talked.…show more content…
An exaggeration is a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is. The Fight Club is an escape from everyday life. There are rules to being in the Fight Club. Two men can only fight at a time. If one says stop, you must stop. The fight will go on as long as needed. The Fight Club does not get brought up outside of the club room. Marla and Tyler never really communicated until the end of the film. They tended to get into arguments and not like each other. At one point in the film Tyler admits that he likes and has feelings for Marla. Marla got mad and walked away. Tyler shoots himself in the face and buildings explode. Both those things could be considered exaggerations. I chose to write about the film Fight Club because it shows lots of satire. The satire in this movie is easy to write about and there are many choices. The satire is obvious but not too obvious for the viewers. The producer did this on

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