"American Psycho" : Satirists make the best Moralists
"In such a world, art becomes the remaining link to the unknown."
In his satirical novel American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis provides the framework for his readers moralise on a level unobtainable through traditional narrative. Through his protagonist, Patrick Bateman, the author parodies 80's America to a point beyond comfort, concerned more with cultural exploration and exaggeration than moral positioning. Bateman takes us to a heightened moral and emotional void decaying with indifference. Violence is entertainment rather than reality and sex is a process of consumption…
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