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The case for American Psycho: why this controversial book (sold here in shrink wrap) still matters

By Alexander Howard, Senior Lecturer, Discipline of English, University of Sydney
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Bret Easton Ellis’s grotesquely violent novel is irreducibly misogynist, racist and homophobic. So was Reagan’s America. It’s less darkly comic satire than deadly serious social diagnostic.The Conversation

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