Hermione: Have you seen my-?
Bellatrix: Oh, you mean have I seen the thing I absolutely detest and would at no seconds hesitation decimate into a thousand pieces before throwing it into the sun if you left it unguarded?
Bellatrix: Nope! I totally have not seen it and I have no idea why it's missing.
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"Clark writes that Fight Club 'suggests homosexual themes and relationships even though the narrative does not openly admit them' (417). Clark's assessment is a strong beginning to the recognition of the homoeroticism of Fight Club.
The film's queer element- and the queerness of other artifacts of popular culture- however, remains to be explored. Much is to be gained from analyses of popular culture that emphasize queer elements. A queer analysis can help deconstruct, however temporarily, traditional gender constructs and over time alter what it means to say that you are a man or to say that you are a woman.
Queer lives and queer studies have much to offer the mainstream, heterosexual majority when it comes to challenging predetermined gender identities."
"Fight Club's Queer Representations" by Thomas Peele
JAC, Fall 2001, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Fall 2001), pp. 862-869
(Film Analysis Hours)
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