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Explore the strengths and weaknesses of Kesey’s use of Chief Bromden as the narrator in the novel. Consider to what extent the Chief’s madness interferes with your understanding of what is actually happening and to what extent his visions symbolically reinforce the themes of the novel. Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a famous and interesting novel about a mental-illness hospital where a newcomer, gambler R.P McMurphy, creates all sorts of trouble at the ward. Furthermore, Kesey uses one of the patients at the ward as the narrator of the story. This character goes by the name of Chief Bromden; a six foot seven American-Indian who everyone else in the ward believes is deaf and dumb.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Pages 24- 3 -operation of ward; staff& routine -treatment of patients medically, mentally & physically EST treatment Sexual harassment -Nurse Ratched; total authority and control - black boys operate on hate -patients have no backbone -foreshadowing of events Important passages Nurse Ratched’s control, treatment and reaction to disruption of her ward “I recall some yea s back we had a man a Mr. Taber, on the ward, and he was an intolerable Ward manipulator. For a while” she looks up from her work, needle half filled in front of her face like a little wand. Her eyes far-off and pleased with the memory “Miisitur Tay-bur” she says……. She cuts the
In the novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kasey starts off with one of the patients Chief Bromden whom is narrating the events that take place in the ward. The whole institution is controlled by Nurse Ratched a bitter, hostile women whom is revolting towards the patients. The novel leads off with a new patient McMurphy entering the ward who has a major impact on the patients. Being said he encourages the men to go against all the rules dictated by Nurse Ratched. He then starts to place a bet with the patients how he can crack Nurse Ratched without getting displaced and being sent for electroshock.
Individual Project 2 The Novel One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest was published in 1962 written by the influential Ken Kesey. The story is narrated by a inmate name McMuphy that tricks his way into the asylum as a way to get out of jail card. While his time there he become rebellious and challenges head in nurse in charged called Nurse Ratched. While he is there challenging Nurse Ratched he ends up changing the life and minds of the other patients who are stuck in there due to Nurse Ratched’s mind power. McMurphy ends up being the asylums hero and a legend due to his death towards the end of the novel.
An example of Sykes lack of morals is, “If you such a big fool dat you got to have a fit over an earth worm or a string, ah don’t keer how bad ah skeer you” (705). Cleary Sykes does not care if he hurts or scares Delia and continuous to scare Delia with his ruthless actions. Delia also has lack of morals. Delia shows her lack of moral by leaving her husband in the house
In the book”One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest” by kensey is about a mental ward that started out with a an name chief broom telling his experiences about the ward, and how everything goes smoothly until Mc Murphy comes along. When Mc Murphy comes to the ward everyone starts to stand up for themselves and decides not to listen to Big Nurse. Because of this Mc Murphy decides to do these things he ends up a vegetable and chief broom kills him and he escape from the ward.”The two big black boys clamped his arms from behind, and the least one threw a strap
This is viewed through the group meetings, medical strategies and Nurse Ratched and her aggressive team of Black Boys. The group meetings were filled with shame in guilt from the patients only to pleasure Nurse Ratched. The medical strategies were performed on those who were completely sane and those who turned physically mental because of it, to satisfy Nurse Ratched and keep the order in her ward. Lastly, Nurse Ratched’s tactic of fear resulted in Billy committing suicide and because of the physical torment by the Black Boys McMurphy willingly took the electroshock, which in a sense is admitting to doing wrong since he is punishing himself. The ward is a perfect example of a place of detriment, without caregivers, no sense of hope, and abusive aids, which trigger fear, shame and
Billy, who is in even worse shape than many of the others, falls into an hysterical fit during the play and has to be restrained and tranquilized. He is taken to the prison hospital, where he meets Paul Lazzaro, who had befriended Roland Weary on the prison train and promised Weary that he would one day kill Billy as an ac of revenge. The American prisoners are transferred to the German city of Dresden, an "open city" with no strategic value that is supposed to be safe from at tack. They are housed in an abandoned slaughter house-Slaughterhouse-Five. At one point they are visited by Howard W. Campbell, Jr., an American who has gone over to the Nazis.
Feeling dejected, Candy lay rigidly on his bed staring at the ceiling silently as Carlson leaves to go shoot his precious dog. Pattern #4 Lennie was worried because he had accidentally killed his puppy and didn’t want George to get mad at him and say that he can’t tend the rabbits anymore. Knees shaking, heart beating, Lennie looked at the creature, a little dead puppy sitting in front of him, and stroked it with his huge hand clear from one end to the other. After staring at it a while, Lennie began to get furious with the puppy, making it seem like it was the dogs fault for dying so easily. Curley’s wife catches Lennie by surprise and in a panic, he shovels hay over the puppy with his fingers, but it was too