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In One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey Chief Bromden is a character who has to work his way back to being and acting like a real human after so many years of being dehumanized Porter 49 into a machine created by the evil Nurse Ratched I Bromden in the beginning A Dehumanized by Nurse Ratched 1 structured 2 forbids laughing 3 controlling B The effect that the Nurse and the ward has on Bromden 1 could not smell 2 thinks of himself as little 3 hides in the fog 4 fears everything 5 sees himself as comic 6 hallucinates II Bromden in progress A Gives up deaf and dumb B Great turn - around C Begins to smell things D Regains his laugh E Loosens up III Bromden at the end A Bromden escapes B Bromden is a hero C McMurphy is death Bromden strength D Bromden becomes big IV Conclusion A Modern world machines destroy B Nurse Ratched the machine C Modern world is the combine Bromden and his Changing Mind In One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey Chief Bromden is a character who has to work his way back to being and acting like a real human after so many years of being dehumanized Porter 49 into a machine created by the evil Nurse Ratched Bromden begins to change as soon as McMurphy tries to get the guys on the ward to open up and Bromden is the one who gets the most out of Mr McMurphys therapy 97 Chief Bromden finally beats the evil nurse Miss Ratched by escaping from the institution So Broken men - however frightened beleaguered splintered and dehumanized - can be restored to manhood and wholeness 95 A six foot seven inch Indian named Chief Bromden pretense to be a deaf mute after he watched his father Chief Tee Ah Millatoona get ruined by his white wife Government agents often came to
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