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One Flew Over The Cookoos Nest Essay

, Research Paper Danielle Checchi English Rough Draft One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

, Research Paper

Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy. Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy.

Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy. Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy.

Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy. Danielle Checchi

English

Rough Draft

One Flew Over the Cookoo?s Nest is written by; This book is about several patients in a mental hospital

who succeed in realizing the harm it caused them by an under cover patient MCMurphy.

While reading this book you will begin to realize that the power shifts from the nurse; Ms.

Ratched to a patient named MCMurphy in many different ways. MCMurphy breaks the rules, sticks up for

the patients, and shows them that they are like any body else living in the world.

MCMurphy brakes the rules by taking all the patients out of the institution and taking them fishing

for a day. This shows the patients that they can actually make choices for themselves. The patients did

everything themselves with a little explanation from MCMurphy. This incident showed them to have a

little more self-confidence in themselves.

MCMurphy also sticks up for the patients. When patient Cheswick was throwing a tantrum

because the nurse would not give him his cigarettes, MCMurphy walked over to the office window, broke

it, reached inside, and handed Cheswick his cigarettes. Cheswick felt very thankful toward him. He is the

kind of guy that will never do anything about his actions. That was until he felt what MCMurphy told him

about believing in him self was true. After that he began to try and stick up for himself a little more often.

MCMurphy?s way of trying to show the patients they are normal, was not a unique way because the

things that the patients interacted in was a routine for most people. He would play basketball with them,

and show them certain tricks or moves. Which adventually they patients accomplished: they were soon

able to play like they actually knew what they were doing. He also watched football games with them.

They would sit there and yell at the TV, smoke cigarettes, play cards and act like a group of men during

any football game.

The examples all take place in the book to show you that anything can happen. The nurse lowered

their self-esteem, gave them medication that was not necessary, only to brainwash them. MCMurphy

shows they patients this by telling and proving to them that they were normal and not crazy.

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