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Term paper over Choke and Fight Club

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I'm sure you guys get people like me in here all the time looking for advice on writing papers. I read Choke and Fight Club and am having trouble coming up with a decent thesis statement. I've noticed nihilism in the books, and a sense of self development. Like, the characters know that no one can tell them how they should WANT to live. They are the only ones who hold that power. What is a decent thesis statement for the two books?