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One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest We being members of society do not have the authority to judge whether people are sane or insane Some may say that others are insane but we are all a little bit crazy One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest a novel written by Ken Kesey deals with these topics and is a well-written piece of literature that will be enjoyed by generations to come It will become a timeless classic simply because of the great combination of the setting and the characters and how they both support the themes found throughout the story The setting of One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is a backdrop which makes it easy to see the wickedness of the world and people in general The hospital Dr Spivey says is a little world inside that is a made-to-scale prototype of the big world outside Most of the action in the novel takes place in a world that is indeed limited and specific It is but one ward of one hospital in Oregon The world of the Cuckoos Nest is in many ways a cartoon world that is filled with colorful characters and laughs in which good and evil are clearly defined Far from being a place of healing the hospital is a place of fear where patients do not laugh and fear the consequences of anything they speak of The setting of this novel allows the characters to develop freely and they are even a little off the wall which is a good attribute that will be admired by future readers McMurphy teaches the rest of the patients how to be sane Above all this sanity consists of the ability to laugh to laugh both at your self and at the world that is often ludicrous and cruel Chief Bromden says He knows you have to laugh at the things that hurt you just to keep yourself in balance just to
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