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Chuck Palahniuk

American novelist, essayist

1962   -  

movement: dirty realism
genre: fiction, fiction literature, horror literature, satire
country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: University of Oregon
occupation: writer, novelist, journalist, essayist, screenwriter, science fiction writer
influenced by: Bret Easton Ellis, Ken Kesey, Don DeLillo, Amy Hempel, Mark Richard
www.chuckpalahniuk.net

Charles Michael Palahniuk (; born February 21, 1962) is an American novelist and freelance journalist, who describes his work as transgressional fiction. He is the author of the award-winning novel Fight Club, which also was made into a popular film of the same name.
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works

25

Fight Club

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

1996

Lullaby

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2002

Survivor

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

1999

Invisible Monsters

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

1999

Choke

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2001

Pygmy

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2009

Damned

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2011

Haunted

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2005

Snuff

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2008

Rant

novel by Chuck Palahniuk

author: Chuck Palahniuk

2007

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