Arkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk and Amy Hempels short story

I will post a clearly requirment later, you have to follow the requirment on your writing.please be specific about the main argument, try to not use high level complex sentencesbr /
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here are the list novel you may choose from:br /
Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniukbr /
and here are the list of Amy Hempels short stories:br /
GoingHarvestThe Most Girl Part of YouAt the Gates of the Animal KingdomNashville Gone to Ashes”br /
you need to choose at least two of them. at least one of them should be novel (means you cannot choose two short stories) ie: you can choose Dexter and Fight club, Dexter and short story, Fight Club and short stories etcbr /
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here is the instructions ( requirment will be post on .docx)br /
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Stop hitting yourself!: Self-Destructive (or just plain destructive) Behaviour Many of the characters we have examined this semester live lifestyles not conductive to maximizing health and longevity. Palahniuks unnamed narrator, Tyler Durden and the space monkeys want to Hit rock bottomand destroy themselves (and their society in the process); Lindsays narrator, Dexter, is a traumatized and damaged man who cant help but kill and witness crime scene after crime scene; however, all of his co-workers have their own destructive/taboo compulsions as well; Hempels narrators try to overcome emotional trauma through a lack of regard for personal safety or by distancing themselves from family, friends and community.br /
What do embracing pain, scarring , death, destruction and sacrifice offer characters in at least two novels or short stories? Why are such behaviours appealing and/or better alternatives than their everyday lives? What massage(s) are the authors making about American society and how people relate to each other through these cries for help?

Arkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk and Amy Hempels short story

I will post a clearly requirment later, you have to follow the requirment on your writing.please be specific about the main argument, try to not use high level complex sentences

here are the list novel you may choose from:
Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk
and here are the list of Amy Hempels short stories:
GoingHarvestThe Most Girl Part of YouAt the Gates of the Animal KingdomNashville Gone to Ashes”
you need to choose at least two of them. at least one of them should be novel (means you cannot choose two short stories) ie: you can choose Dexter and Fight club, Dexter and short story, Fight Club and short stories etc

here is the instructions ( requirment will be post on .docx)

Blood, Guys, and Bleach: The Abject vs. Cleanliness The abject is what society pushes to its borders; it often relates to the body and includes blood, sweat, feces, urine, and almost all bodily fluids. The abject can also relate to the Crappeople buy, hoard, or throw away. As such, consumerism can be considered very abject. For Hempels narrators, wounding, bleeding and using the body as a site for knowledge is helpful. In Fight Club, the narrator embraces bleeding and scarring, while Tyler Durden and Marla Singer refer to themselves and others as waste and crap and garbage. Furthermore, Durden makes soap that clean, while its by-product creates explosives. For Dexter, blood is filthy, disgusting, and chaotic and belongs in its proper and neat place. He is also a serial killer and there is nothing more abject than corpses.

Select at least two novels or short stories and discuss the role of the abject and cleanliness. What warning(s) are the authors providing about fearing and/or denying the abject? Are they saying we avoid abjection too often? If so, why? If not, why not? What warning do they provide about excessive cleanliness? What does the abject represent? What does a more accepting attitude of abjection offer?