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Alguien Volo Sobre El Nido del Cuco
Remember McMurphy chose this over the prison work camp. On graduating he won a scholarship to Stanford University. How do we know? So I figured I’d read the book first.
Alguien Volo Sobre El Nido Del Cuco by Ken Kesey
I’m not saying that sexual assault shouldn’t feature in a novel, or that fiction shouldn’t feature misogynistic characters. Luckily for the patients, McMurphy, the loveable rogue and anti-hero of the book, arrives to save the day.
I really didn’t like this book. I don’t understand the love for this book. Or perhaps it was because he was so docile? The first is the loud, brash, rebellious, life-loving Randle McMurphy.
If you are unable or fearful of doing so, you’re better off killing yourself than being only half of a man.
Alguien Volo Sobre El Nido Del Cuco
Chief Bromden Michael Berryman Into his world enters the petty criminal and prankster Randall Patrick McMurphy with his efforts to change the bureaucratic system of the institution, ruled by Nurse Ratched. The last reason I disliked this book is e of the totally nonchalant way it deals with mental issues. It took me quite a nid to get used to the postmodern style of writing from the perspective of the unreliable witness ‘Chief’.
InKesey died of complications after surgery for liver cancer.
A book that is OK gets two stars. Some have an emasculating wife. Yes No Report this. Is this guy crazy or is he really the lazy, conniving criminal most believe him to be? Throw off the shackles of the society into which you’ve been inculcated and expand your mind, man. I read this years ago, but still, every once and a while, the particularly awful sexist part at the end of the book gives me a weird chill.
Kesey attended a creative writing course taught by the novelist Wallace Stegner. Written alguein Jacob Oberfrank. My problems with this book are twofold: This is seriously rel for me. The dle here — as in Kesey’s other overrated novel, Sometimes a Great Notion — manages to veer from muscular and moving, to overwrought and ridiculous, sometimes in the same paragraph. It’s the basic story of the little guy fighting back against authority, but set in a completely crazy no pun intended setting of a psych ward.
The book’s climax involves one of the hyper-masculine man’s man characters choking the woman out, ripping her shirt off, exposing her massive breasts in some sort of symbolic exposing of her femininity, something she was trying to hide behind her power over the men or something.
First it was really difficult to get into the narration, the writing style, add to it the unapologetic racism and misogyny presented funnily from the protagonist’s side. Women, when you get down to it, are at the root of every problem that every man in this book has.
This is how the book is sold to people. The only ‘good’ women in the novel are the prostitutes, pimped out by McMurphy, who are portrayed as silly and infantile The patients aren’t struggling against ‘the system’ they are struggling against emasculation, trying to relocate their lost ‘wham bam’.
In the s, Kesey became a counterculture hero and a guru of psychedelic drugs with Timothy Leary. The writing was juvenile he was no George Orwelland the characters were racist and cucoo. But nah, in the end it’s an author who made sure every problem was caused by a woman, and the solution to that problem is to remind women that they are, in the end, only women, by forcing them to shutup and show their breasts. The book is very much a book of its time.
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