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Indiviualism Vs Conformity in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest

Summary: There have always been two types of people, those who conform to all rules enforced by society, and those who oppose conforming and would rather be an individual. This in fact is the theme of Ken Kessey's "One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest."
For as long as any one can remember there have always been two types of people, those who conform to all rules enforced by society, and those who oppose conforming and would rather be an individual. This in fact is the theme of Ken Kessey's "One Flew over the Cuckoos Nest." In another way, the theme reveals the ways in which an individual in search of supremacy will lessen any others that get in the way of their search for power, which is demonstrated in the relationship between Randle Patrick McMurphy and Nurse Ratched.

When the book starts it is clear to us that Nurse Ratched is in complete control over the whole ward. Before McMurphy ever arrived Nurse Ratched was completely dominant over all of the patients, she gave orders to everyone without any form of defiance, and no...

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