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For this quarters book report I choose to read a book that was not on the lists given to me I picked One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest because I thought that it would be an interesting book with lots of relative themes to what I have gone through and what I will go through Not literally as much figurativelyAs I first started to read the book I thought it would be just another story about lunatics in a Mental Institution with no help for cure As I read the book I found that it actually kept my attention and was intriguing I found out the full meaning of the phrase dont judge a book by its coverAs I read the story I was interested in Keseys motives behind writing such a book so I did a little research I found out that the inspiration for One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest actually came from work that he did in a Sanitarium talking to the patients and the staff Also through out the book he used symbols of the 1960s thoroughly through out Symbols of rebellion and of individuality These are most evident in the on going arguments of Nurse Ratched and Randal McMurphyThe entire book is narrated by a half indian patient of ten years that pretends to be deaf and mute so as not to draw attention to himself He along with many others is considered to be a chronic a patient who has no hope for healing while some others are considered to be acutes patients who have hope for recoveryThe heavy relation to the sixties in this book is evident to me in that every character represents a certain aspect of the sixties population The hippies oppressors and the people who stood out from the crowd to make a differenceThe hippies are best show through the characters of the patients that are considered chronic I think this because correct me if
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