Simulacra and Nothingness in Bret Easton Ellis' "Less Than Zero"


Term Paper (Advanced seminar), 2015

13 Pages, Grade: 2,0


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction - “I don't have anything to lose.”

2. Baudrillard: Simulacra and the Hyperreal

3. Clay's'realities'ofempty images

4. Sartre: Nothingness and non-being

5. Nothing means everything

6. Conclusion - “I wait for something to happen. Nothing does.”

7. Bibliography

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Title
Simulacra and Nothingness in Bret Easton Ellis' "Less Than Zero"
College
University of Cologne  (Englisches Seminar I)
Course
American Postmodern Literature
Grade
2,0
Author
Year
2015
Pages
13
Catalog Number
V516751
ISBN (eBook)
9783346108210
ISBN (Book)
9783346108227
Language
English
Keywords
Bret Easton Ellis, Easton Ellis, Ellis, Sartre, Baudrillard, Jean Baudrillard, Nothingness, Simulation, Hyperreal, Less Than Zero, simulacra, meaning, meaningless, Clay, media, postmodernism, american literature, literature, american studies
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Katharina Wagner (Author), 2015, Simulacra and Nothingness in Bret Easton Ellis' "Less Than Zero", Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/516751

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