Since its publication, Bret Easton Ellis’ novel, ‘American Psycho,’ has received the praise and ridicule of many people.
In ‘American Psycho,’ Patrick blames the societal pressure to look and act perfect as a catalyst for his insanity.
In ‘American Psycho,’ Patrick struggles to retain his sanity in a materialistic and vanity-ruled world.
In Bret Easton Ellis’s ‘American Psycho,’ society gets over-saturated by the endless products the wealthy attain to give their life definition.
Laced with themes about societal decadence and materialism, ‘American Psycho’ has become somewhat of a warning for the masses.
Though he claims to be interested in world issues, Patrick Bateman hides a secret from the world, his obsession. ‘American Psycho’ exposes Patrick’s secret.