Fight Club: An Exploration of Buddhism

By Charley Reed

Group Notes

1. Smith, Gary. 2002. “Understanding the meaning of Zen Koans”. eSSORTMENT.com. 2 Dec. 2005.

2. Zuck, Jon. 2005, April. “To Boldly Fight What No Movie Has Fought Before...” 9 Dec. 2005.

3. Carus, Paul. 1921. The Gospel of Buddha. Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co. 227.

4. Eliot, Sir Charles. 1959. Japanese Buddhism. New York: Barnes and Nobel, Inc. 112-15.

5. Yool, George R. 1992, April. “Glossary of Zen and Buddhism: An Introduction to Zen Thought.” 12 Oct. 2005. 12.

6. Herrigel, Eugen. 1971, Feb. Zen in the Art of Archery. New York: Vintage Books. 11.

7. Seung Sahn defined.

8. Kwang, Dae. 1997, Oct. “Kill the Buddha.” Providence Zen Center Newsletter, vol. 9, iss. 10. 12 Oct. 2005.

9. Carus, Paul. 1921. The Gospel of Buddha. Chicago: The Open Court Publishing Co. 26-27

10. Mccarty, Pat. 2005, Aug. “Experts explain how we are ‘One’ in film.” The Seattle Times, Religion Section, B5.

11. Schneller, Johanna. 1999, Aug. “Brad Pitt & Edward Norton: Two heavy hitters put their muscle behind the controversial Fight ClubPremiere Magazine. Edward Norton Information Page. 10 Oct. 2005.


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