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Themes of Religion in Palahniuk novels

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LoganCirclexo's picture LoganCirclexo
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For one of my classes, I have to write a 25 page paper that compares an author to some bigger theme. For my piece, I've decided to analyze Chuck Palahniuk books and compare them to religion. However (regrettably) I haven't read all of them. Books that I am definitely looking to include are Invisible Monsters, Choke & Damned -- are there any others that you would recommend?

Sorry if this is a bit misplaced...I just figured that 'Choke' was the most outwardly religion based.