Unformatted text preview: isnt his fault), and that hes possibly faking mental illness. However, he convinces the doctors that he is not sane. So far, it seems like this accusation is possible, as McMurphy possesses good logical analysis of his surroundings, and a very rational belligerent attitude. However, to McMurphys dismay, the institution is very controlled, which foreshadows him attempting to change just that. The sexually overzealous person he is, McMurphy confronts Harding and suggests Nurse Ratched is coming onto him, which she masks by pecking at his eyes. This negates our previous hypothesis about McMurphy being a logical thinker and potentially sane, and allows us to classify him as one with an overimaginative perverse mind....
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2011 for the course AMLIT 101 taught by Professor Tarps during the Spring '11 term at Harvard.
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