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Unformatted text preview: patients that he is stronger than Nurse Ratched is. By breaking the window, he is doing all of these things, and it absolutely fits his character to do this. I knew that McMurphy wasnt just going to wait it out and not try to win control again, for that wouldnt make an interesting novel. We also are exposed to a new side of Chief, a Chief that isnt afraid to talk and speak his mind. Perhaps this is a beginning of a large transformation for our narrator. We also see the most unlikely of friendships form, between McMurphy and Chief; the role model and the admirer. By learning about both of their pasts, they both have had experiences in which they feel unheard, and people simply dont listen to them. I think this is whats bringing them together so well, and I think that they both will help each other get what they want for the rest of the book: Chief to be content with himself, and McMurphy to be freed from Nurse Ratcheds regime....
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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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