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In Singapore, the book has been removed from all state-level libraries and destroyed.
It was banned for its sexual content in Ireland but has since been adapted to film. Seuss Doctor Seuss's children's book was temporarily banned in China for its anti-Marxist themes, though the character of its author may have been the real factor behind the banning. Instead, it was smuggled out piece by piece to the US where it was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
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Pasternak was forced to reject the award by his government and was forced out of the Soviet Writers Union, only to be reinstated well after his death during Gorbachev's reforms. Beforehand, the United States Postal Service burned copies of the novel.
It had been banned in Britain during this time and was not printed there until , though it had been published 14 years prior. George Orwell - Animal Farm.
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Bateman outlines the murder of a man, who at this point was not even in town.
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In this paper, this question and especially what the murders are about to express either way will be analyzed in view of social criticism. Therefore, first of all, American society in the s will be outlined to help the reader better understand the contemporary historical background to which the movie refers.
Subsequently, the amoral materialism in American consumer society pictured in American Psycho will be described to clarify the social circumstances Bateman lives in.
The American Society in the s To understand what American Psycho is about, it is important to briefly consider the social circumstances in the s in America, which are clearly reflected throughout the whole movie.
In this decade, American society changed extensively compared to the s Kleinfeldt and Freeman. The s were years of protest and reform; young Americans demonstrated against the Vietnam War, African Americans for civil rights, and women for equal treatment.
But, on the other hand, the US suffered an economic recession; interest rates and inflation were high. Americans grew tired of social struggle and losing money, instead, they wanted to help themselves and spend more time on their own personal interests Kleinfeldt and Freeman.
Therefore, in the s, the American society concentrated on its own leisure activities and its own happiness again Malkmes There was such technological progress and a prosperous economy that restored hope to the Americans to live better unburdened lives.
Many Americans in the s were concerned with money, they wanted the good life that they believed money could buy Kleinfeldt and Freeman. Money words, such as yuppie, upscale, privatization, and takeover became the key language in this decade Malkmes Many citizens believed in him, because he seemed to restore the possibilities of the American Dream.
But, in fact, the American Dream only came true for people who were already wealthy.
Exactly this kind of society is pictured in American Psycho.The American Society in the s To understand what American Psycho is about, it is important to briefly consider the social circumstances in the s in America, which are clearly reflected throughout the whole movie. Exactly this kind of society is pictured in American Psycho.
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Bateman makes little attempt to justify his actions, merely claiming that "this is the way the world--my world--moves". In this society, it is not about who you are, it is about who you seem to be.
Start on. Bateman is a handsome year-old Wall Street yuppie, who spends his days listening to Whitney Houston and working out which exclusive restaurant to eat in and what clothes to wear in a dizzying parody of s consumerism run mad.
Bateman is a handsome year-old Wall Street yuppie, who spends his days listening to Whitney Houston and working out which exclusive restaurant to eat in and what clothes to wear in a dizzying parody of s consumerism run mad.
As a satire on the bankrupt, money-driven world of the s, American Psycho is a successful, if rather heavy-handed piece of fiction, whose controversy seems only set to increase.