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“In 1941, he began writing his autobiography, which he called The Fight.”
“Frazier won the fight on a unanimous decision, inflicting upon Ali his first defeat as a professional, in what was called the Fight of the Century.”
“Reprised in Fight Club, and inherited from North American Indian ritual when a boy becomes a man and has to transcend the fear of pain.”
“And I do want to point out that given the unrivaled potency of plot and action in Fight Club (it really was a perfect movie, a Platonic ideal of a movie, really), that they suggest the first-rate artistic genius, the fact that the aesthetics did rise to equal that suggested a provincialism of taste, and provincialism and parochialism of taste is, of course, most quickly reflected in the aesthetics of the product.”
“And for the office drone who scaled barbwire fences late at night to steal the excess fat of women and absorbed grueling punches in Fight Club.”
“It is a question that has been posed often this week as the Big Apple prepares for a game that has been coined the Fight Before Christmas.”
“Like that scene in Fight Club where he bleeds all over the Mafia guy, till the wise guy screams he can use the basement.”
“This runs normally in Fight scenes, but adding this to Work or Connection scenes is an interesting wrinkle.”
“Kesler spent her days at PR at Partners salon on K Street, styling the hair of socialites and senators, ordering around a team of assistants and rarely mentioning the warehouse -- she refused to call it Fight Club.”
“Food Fight is an exercise which allows writers to explore writing sex scenes from a unique angle.”
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