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"Some people might ask why there even needs to be a sequel to Fight Club, Chuck Palahniuk’s novel that has been analyzed as a statement on masculinity in modern America, loss of identity, anti-consumerism, and more. I would say that Fight Club’s themes become more resonant with each passing year, and it’s only logical that a sequel would be created, furthering the life of The Narrator (now known as Sebastian), and everything that Project Mayhem left in his wake. Or, what I would really say is that those people are not fun at parties."
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