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It’s like exc Yeah, okay, sexism and racism. What a difference it makes to read this novel when I’m older, having loved it when I was a teenager. It’s fantastically written and had me laughing out loud in a lot of spots they play a hilarious game of monopoly in the insane assylum, the group makes a field trip to the ocean to do some Salmon fisning, they start a ward basketball team mostly to disturb the staff.
He’s lovable, charismatic, funny, a fantastic leader and a rapist. She’s an absolute evil bastard, you go! Want to Read saving…. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. My core problem is that I was bored. This, among other things, enticed me to read it. The book was also deeply unpleasant for me because into this scene of monstrosity, against this ‘machinery’ of torture and humiliation, steps Randle McMurphy, the hero of the piece, the saviour of the ward inmates and the quintessential cowboy.
Now, being a feminist, this part of the book very much irritates me. This strikes me as so overrated, and disappointingly juvenile in its fundamental point of view — “THEY” are out to get you, everyone in concert, just to spoil your good time. I know Nurse Ratched wasn’t perfect, but seriously? It’s clear to me why several of my friends loved the novel.
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Since it is considered a novel of the counterculture, the fact that the book’s main theme is the conflict between mainstream society and the individual is no surprise. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The book implies that women have emasculated the men and the only way a man can free oneself is to physically attack women.
This narration style didn’t work for me. Nurse Ratched is evil and yet I ended up sympathising with her. Partheeey’sNina’s and Ate Shelby’s. Kesey spent his early years hunting, fishing, swimming; he learned to box and wrestle, and he was a star football player.
Now, within the tiny universe of this book, I understand how McMurphy could be seen as a hero. He’s a misogynist, a sex offender, a con man, a gambler, a thug. Dressed in a jester’s outfit, Kesey was the chief prankster. Real laughter, not fake laughter as before.
I was confused and repulsed.
But that doesn’t take away from my problem with her ultimate fate. Which is why I am going to forget about it starting. On graduating he won a scholarship to Stanford University. Before I get into dek, I’ll touch on some of the good parts of this novel. Trivia About One Flew Over the Second, they figure I’ve been trained as a clinician, as if I have a secret life as a therapist that no one knows about I don’t. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. While the narrator and the ending make it “life affirming,” I still can’t get over how slow it is.
Couldn’t get the head or tail of whats happening – in spite of knowing the plot via movie. It took me 19 days to read it, and sobrs 10 or so of those 19 days I would read a page or two and leave it drl that, moving on to more interesting things.
Maybe Chief’s narration is meant to be untrustworthy, but it’s hard to think that Kesey himself wasn’t rooting for McMurphy and the rebellion. You can read a more detailed review here https: People, especially homeless people who need help deserve this care and Kesey painted it to look like all institutions would be like this forever.
The whores are great! Women shouldn’t be in charge. Books by Ken Kesey. The fact that our anti-hero committed statutory rape, and intimidated his victim to prevent her from testifying is troubling, but when added to the fact that McMurphy and other dsl in the novel seek to assert their dominance over women nifo power through discussions of rape, and acts of sexual harassment, intimidation and sexual assault it seems that a particularly toxic brand of masculinity is being promoted alguiien a way of railing against powerful women.
The messages buried in an unexpected setting a mental institution revealing the grim aspects of such an institutionstriking metaphors and symbolism which I detected early on in the first part of the story, the part I genuinely enjoyed.