“American Psycho and Yuppie.”

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    Introduction
     The yuppie style was an embarrassment, even to its most ardent practitioners. It was too conformist, too anxiety-ridden, and, in an America increasingly polarized by class, not even cute,” Barbara Ehrenreich said in her book, Fear of Falling: The Inner Life of the Middle Class.  In the 1980s, there were people called “Yuppie” in America. As mentioned above, yuppies themselves were confused with their situation. Those yuppies were represented in the book, American Psycho, written by Bret Easton Ellis in 1991. The confused yuppie’s society made one murderer, Patrick Bateman. Patrick Bateman is the psychopath that unified, consumptive yuppie’s phenomenon produced.
    Chapter 1.Yuppies in America
     According to Fear of Falling, the term “yuppie” was “first employed in the press for the modest purpose of explaining Gary Hart’s unexpected success in the 1984 presidential primaries. Someone had voted for him, someone young, urban, and professional, and there was brief hope that this new grouping would provide the Democrats with a much-needed new constituency.”  Since then, this word changed its meaning into the one that used now.
     The word “yuppie” is short for “Young Urban Professionals.” In Wikipedia, the word yuppie is “used to describe a demographic profile: people, usually between their late twenties and early thirties, generally with graduate degrees. Yuppies tend to hold jobs in the professional sector, with incomes that place them in the upper-middle economic class.”  Yuppie lives in a metropolis and engages in the intellectual occupation such as lawyer, accountant, or businessperson.

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    “American Psycho and Yuppie.”
    Introduction
    “The yuppie style was an embarrassment, even to its most ardent practitioners. It was too conformist, too anxiety-ridden, and, in an America increasingly polarized by class, not even cute," Barbara Ehrenreich said in her book, Fear of Falling: The Inner Life of the Middle Class. In the 1980s, there were people called "Yuppie" in America. As mentioned above, yuppies themselves were confused with their situation. Those yupp..

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