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Connections with the World to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

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Evangelina Rodriguez

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Connections with the World to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Never Ending Connections to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Skip has a schedule that he wants the skaters to follow, just like big nurse has a schedule she likes the patients to follow.

Skip thinks he is helping the skaters, but they know that he isn't, like how the patients know the nurse isnt helping them. How does Lords of Dogtown apply? Application Two:
Poem of Conformity I've got a bad disease. But from my brain is where I bleed.Insanity it seems. Has got me by my soul to squeeze.

Well all the love from thee
With all the dying trees I scream.
The angels in my dreams (yeah)
Have turned to demons of greed that's mean.
Where I go I just don't know
I got to got to gotta take it slow.
When I find my piece of mind
I'm gonna give you some of my good time.

Today love smiled on me.
It took away my pain say please
All that you had to free
You gotta let it be oh yeah. Application Three:
Soul to Squeeze by Red Hot Chili Peppers ; Written by Anthony Kiedis, John Frusciante, Flea, and Chad Smith The current is like Nurse Ratched because it's controlling where everybody is going and what actions they take
The dead fish is like the patients, not being able to make any choices and going by command How does the Poem of Conformity apply? Applies to Bromden because the society sees Bromden as someone who is sick and insane
He has all these kept up feelings, when he feels comfortable he will open up How does Soul to Squeeze apply? Application Four:
The Art of Getting By Like a dead fish, I let the current guide me.
I float around in a pool of nothingness.
Slowly twirling away to oblivion.
Loosing myself to the will of the stream.
I gasp for air but cannot breath.
I try to move but I’m unable too.
I’m trapped in a world of illusions.
My eyes are open yet I do not see.
The guilt is eating me up from inside.
Yet I have done nothing wrong.
I walk the earth blindly and without purpose.
And I have no clue where I’m heading.
I’ve lost my place in the world.
Because the world took it away from me.
But now I know I was at fault.
Like a dead fish, I’ve let the current guide me. [Chorus]Oh, so polite indeed
Well I got everything I need.
Oh make my days a breeze
And take away my self destruction.
It's bitter baby,
And it's very sweet.
I'm on a rollercoaster,
but I'm on my feet.
Take me to the river,
Let me on your shore.
I'll be coming back baby,
I'll be coming back for more.
Doo doo doo doo dingle zing a dong bone
Ba-di ba-da ba-zumba crunga cong gone bad

I could not forget
But I will not endeavor
Simple pleasures aren't as special
But I won't regret it never.

Where I go I just don't know
I might end up somewhere in Mexico.
When I find my piece of mind
I'm gonna keep you for the end of time. Application One: Lords of Dogtown George Zinavoy is similar to Bromden because he starts to somewhat to believe himself that he has issues
Sally and George's art teacher are like Mac because they try to get him out of this isolation and slowly affect him
Dustin is like Nurse Ratched because he's very manipulative and controlling over things he wants How does The Art of Getting By apply? Pg. 147 Mac hears from a lifeguard that he's committed to the hospital for as long as Big Nurse wants him. Pg. 160 Why is Mac angry since no one has asked
anything from him for quite some time?

What are the faces that Mac sees in his dreams? Pg. 177 Mac takes twelve men fishing.
What is the significance? Metaphor? Pg. 143 What is the significance of the heard geese that Bromden watches? Pg. 141 Bromden says he felt the cold linoleum for the first time and when he goes to the window he's afraid to look out. Pg. 181 As a kid Bromden says he could see the seams
where the government men were put together. Pg. 167 Why are the men voluntarily staying
in the hospital? Pg. 149 Why doesn't Mac help the hydrocephalic patient or back Cheswick? Pg. 151 How does Bromden feel about his Papa selling out the government because it was the smart thing to do?

How does he feel about Mac selling out to Big Nurse? Pg. 172 Why does Mac reach for his cigarettes
through the Nurse’s window? Pg. 157 Ms. Harding arrives. Count the number of shots she takes at Dale. Count the number he gets off. Pg. 142 & 143 What is the significance of the dog?
See page 169 also. Pg. 178 Why did Bromden start acting deaf? Pg. 143 & 144 What is the attitude of the nurse with
the birthmark? Pg. 155 Sefelt has a seizure.

Why does Mac's face look tired? Pg. 171 Why does the Big Nurse take away
Tub Room privileges? Pg. 161 Martini, “They need you to see them Mac.”
Mac can’t even shuffle cards.
What’s going on? Pg. 159 Mac says, "All I know is nobody's very big in the first place, and everybody spends their whole life tearing everybody else down."
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