Unformatted text preview: will always be bigger than any of the patients, even bigger than Nurse Ratched. I see a clear connection between this inference I just made and the Dickinson poem we read today in class. In the end, McMurphy truly feels betrayed and alone, as he learns that he is one of the only people who is committed to be there, where everyone else stays there voluntarily, and puts up with Ratched because they know that it’s in their benefit. Slowly, McMurphy begins to realize this, and whereas he finds it to be unfair, he finally understands the actions of his seemingly insane fellow patients. Perhaps they are not so insane after all....
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- Spring '11
- English-language films, American films, Traumatic brain injury, Seizure, McMurphy, The Asylum