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Chief's Table

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on 9 December 2014

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Transcript of Chief's Table

Five Steps to the Hero's Journey
1) call to the adventure
2) refusal of the call
3) meeting his mentor
4) crossing the first threshold
5) Departure
He's Blind For a Reason
Nature vs. Mechanistic world
Inside the ward as mechanistic
mechanistic equals cold
Nature is freedom
dog outside the window
fishing trip
Thomas Foster/Archetypes
Freedom v. Confinement
Effect of treatment
False sense of safety
Used in Army
Lost in his own mind

The Combine:
Oppression in society
Effect on Bromden
Everything is a machine
Nature as a place of safety
Microcosm of the ward environment
Development of Bromden
Create links between freedom in nature and confinement in mechanistic world
"People will force you one way or another, into doing what they think you should do, or into just being mule-stubborn and doing the opposite out of spite." Ch. 24
Ward/Big Nurse= U.S -> Native Americans

Chief Bromden
Bromden's Table
Madness v. Sanity
Dynamic Character:
Before vs. After McMurphy

Viewing the Ward through his Illness

Illness as a Side Effect of Societal Standards

Bromden as a Cookie Cut Indian
The Student Surpasses the Master Ch.29
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