Wildly inventive, exceptionally cast and undeniably controversial, there's an endless list of subtexts and viewpoints which will fuel student pub debates for years.
Jack comes to in his bedroom at the house. He is in and out of consciousness as Tyler describes a world that has returned to a hunter-gatherer/pre-agrarian lifestyle. When Jack fully awakens Tyler is nowhere to be found. The Space Monkeys are still in the house, hard at work, though Jack is still unsure of what they are doing. Marla comes by but Jack tells her that Tyler is gone. She walks away, pained. A commotion inside the kitchen draws Jack back. Bob has been shot while on an assignment for Project Mayhem. He's dead. The Space Monkeys are prepared to bury Bob in the garden outside. Jack says no, that this is a man and he deserves respect. He tells them his name was Robert Paulson. The men tell Jack that members of Project Mayhem have no names.
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Fight Club' s cultural impact is evidenced by the establishment of fight clubs by teenagers and "techies" in the United States.  Pranks, such as food-tampering, have been repeated by fans of the book, documented in Palahniuk's essay "Monkey Think, Monkey Do",  in the book Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories (2004) and in the introduction to the 2004 re-issue of Fight Club. Other fans have been inspired to prosocial activity, telling Palahniuk the novel had inspired them to return to college.