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In One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest the main character is Randle P McMurphy He sort of comes off as a New York tuff guy In my opinion McMurphy is a hustler considering his gambling and how hes always trying to manipulate other patients Chief Bromden is a six foot eight half bread Indian For years Chief as McMurphy calls him has fooled the staff and patients in the ward into thinking that hes deaf and dumb Though it was by accident McMurphy is the first person that Chief has spoken to in years Throughout the book Chief seems to open up to McMurphy more and Big Nurse is a picky bch On the outside shes always smiling but inside shes full of hate The biggest reason she despises McMurphy is because he threatens her perfect little world She must be a JapOne important event is the vote held on the viewing of the World Series McMurphy had actually won the vote but still wasnt able to view the World Series because of a technicality brought to attention by Big Nurse McMurphy didnt get to watch the game but in a sense still won sense he had influenced the patients to actually Another important event is the fishing trip Big Nurse strongly disapproved the trip and she showed it She posted newspaper clippings of bad weather reports and tragedies at sea right next to the sign up sheet for the trip Despite the fear that some of the patients felt they went right ahead and signed up Another victory for McMurphyThe beginning of the party is somewhat important Its an example of McMurphys manipulating capabilities Though MrTurkle knew he could get fired McMurphy was able to talk him into letting Candy Girl and Sandy into the wardBillys tragic death is very important in understanding just what kind of effect Big Nurse had on the patients psychologically In reality Billy didnt do anything wrong and
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