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1 McMurphy is a rouge with an enjoyment for life He is a man that has lived a life of great freedom and this is evident in his humor and his obvious courage He is loud and redheaded Red hair is almost loud in a sense This is metaphorical for McMurphys difference from the patients of the ward and the outside society He lives his life the way he chooses This is evident in his appearance McMurphy has a bruised face and bruised hands and fingers This is metaphorical fom masculinity He most likely has these bruises because he was spontaneous and so unconforming that he had fights with members of society who could not handle him He is a rule breaker which is why he is in the hospital McMurphy has a total disregard for societys rules And conventionsSociety has pushed McMurphy to a place where he can be conformed His aura is very sexual The lower nurses feel an attraction to him The patients in the ward have lost their sexuality because of the Big Nurse He is the polar opposite of the normal ward patient Randall Patrick McMurphy immediately arrives with an aura that shocked his fellow patients and the hospital staff He tries to make friends with all the patients Acutes and Chronics right away He tells them stories of his wild past the gambling the brawls the women and brings laughter to the ward for the first time in years His presence is detrimental to Big Nurses entire purpose She believes in control and the oppression of others and he in the freedom of the heart and mind McMurphy rebels against her domination but his rebellion may be dangerous because Big Nurse has defeated past trouble makers Do I look like a sane man Thats the question Randall Patrick McMurphy asks during his first Group Meeting and theres no question
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