Chapter 25 Journal

Chapter 25 Journal - following her character throughout she...

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Max Sauberman Ms. Tipiere American Literature Acc. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Chapter 25 Journal As the characters leave their normal environment, and take an excursion on the high seas, there is strong evidence for character development in many. McMurphy becomes a reserved “chaperone”, watching the patients bond and share experiences together, while he simply just laughs. Is he taking a break from the “action” or is there a motive behind this? I also think there is a plot hole – why would McMurphy and the patients – even Chief – be allowed to leave the hospital, under no supervision? I thought she was a controlling individual, and
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Unformatted text preview: following her character throughout, she wouldn’t simply let her patients go off without any semblance of her watching over them. We also see a development in Chief as a more social (and not complete awkward) patient. We also see Billy Bibbit grow, as he is particularly good around Candy, the prostitute. Candy’s behavior doesn’t seem like she is a prostitute as much as she is a friend of McMurphy’s. We’ll have to see if any relationships develop with her, or even if she will return in the story....
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