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One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest1

Title: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
This story, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, consists of many different things. It contains the mysteries of what goes on inside of a mental institution, the need that the men in the asylum have for friendship, and the courage the men have when they stood up against their greatest fear, "the Big Nurse," Mrs. Ratched. This story starts out in an asylum. All of the men in the asylum are deeply frightened by the head nurse. She is very forceful and if the men do anything wrong or make her angry in any way they are sent to shock therapy. One day the men in the institution hear something that they haven't heard in a long time, laughter. An extremely large, red-headed man walks onto the ward named Randal McMurphy. The men were so fascinated by him they wanted to know everything about him. Randal was a big gambler, a thief, and a very courageous man. As soon as he came onto the ward the Big Nurse knew he would be trouble. McMurphy did everything he could to try and make the nurse go crazy. He broke almost all of the rules. Randal tried to take all the other patients money by gambling, planned fishing trips that the nurse was totally against, fought with the "black boys" (who were assistants on the ward), and gave the other men courage to stand up against her. Randal even goes to the extent of sneaking women and alcohol onto the ward. One man named Chief Bromden was McMurphy's best friend. He was a Chinook Indian. On the ward he swept the floors every day. The authorities on the ward all thought that the Chief was deaf, but he wasn't. Everyone just assumed that he was so he just played along. He heard everything that went on in the staff meetings and what they would say about patients. McMurphy was the only one that knew that Bromden wasn't deaf. They talked almost every ni

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