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Reviewer Micha wrote:
This was a really really good book. Read it if you haven't.
Unknown reviewer wrote:
This book Portrais the conflict in todays society very well. Often in the book I was able to relate how McMurphy and the Big Nurse related to dictorship/Communism and democracy. The Big Nurse was always trying to make everyone equal and weak, while she would rule supreme, while McMurphy was a light of hope for the patients, and taught them to be themselves, with their own thoughts. He also taught them to fight back against the Big Nurse, while before that they were all weak and afraid to fight.
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Reviewer Ryan Lesnau wrote:
Ken Kesey rocks, anyone that spends their pay to get high is the best, oh yeah the book is pretty good too.
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