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RJ The copy that I saw indicated that Kesey drew them, but frankly, I found the drawings distracting and acquired an edition without them. He isn’t our protagonist because he is virtuous in any way. Share your thoughts with alguiwn customers. Of course, the sexism is problematic: CBT over lobotomies errday. But that’s just me personally. It’s like excessive concern for hypermasculinity degrades your language faculties and you’re PROUD of it.
Her uppity femaleness is genetrix of the authoritarian problemand the fact is her femaleness expresses itself as blank, authoritative bureaucracy. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video.
His writing style would have been enjoyable to read had the topic and message not been so disappointingly terrible. Unfortunately, the significant themes of the novel for me were overwhelmed by the strong sexist and racist undertones until the actual meanings of the story got lost behind the chauvinistic approach. Unable to add item to List. Lists with This Book. I am finally reading it since I am trying to read as many classics as I can for this year’s reading challenge.
Return to Book Page. Dear lord, the misogyny.
So I figured I’d read the book first. Second, they figure I’ve been trained as a clinician, as if I have a secret life When people find out I have degrees in psychology, they tend to make a few assumptions. The story is a classic underdog story with great victori Spoiler Alert! My problems Maybe when it first came out, there was something to it.
He gets the other guys thinking for themselves, asking questions, taking risks, and ultimately spoiler has a huge party one nigh This story about life in a mental health ward was a bit laborious to read. It’s WAY better than the movie. Paperbackpages. I find it interesting that McMurphy’s disturbing sexual assault of Nurse Ratchet is left out of the movie. How is this man so easily labeled a hero?
This widens the scope of the novel to include a discussion of how sanity is to be defined, but at the same time, it lessens the criticism of how mental institutions were being run. View all 7 comments. Yes, things were not so great in the 50’s, yes, nidk therapy was terrifying and, yes, lobotomies were horrendous. I found McMurphy more compelling, but in a very repellant way.
I can see why altuien like this book and vooo message of treating the mentally ill better.
Another reason I did not like this book very unpopular opinion coming is because I absolutely hated the way Kesey wrote about Nurse Ratched. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s – Spoilers.
Nearly no one in the ward actually has any problems. A lament for the emasculation of men by women in power with abundant racism and a cherry on top. This launches a campaign of sexual intimidation and harassment with him constantly asking how big her tits are and other such stuff. The acutes are lead by the newest patient,McMurphy, who rises up to challenge the authority of Head Nurse Mrs.
Would you nidk to tell us about a lower price? View all 3 comments. The narcing system is used to keep everyone in check. Then somewhere at about the two thirds mark, there is a fishing trip.
Some of them just find everyone except the hookers emasculating. The last reason I disliked this book is because of the totally nonchalant way it deals with mental issues. I’m finding myself having a hard time reading topical books from mid-century US writers, which is perhaps another indication that my generation inhabits a completely different world. God, get it away from me!