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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey - Barron's Booknotes
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SCENE 10

A few days later we see McMurphy continuing to plot his war
against the Big Nurse. The patients are playing Monopoly,
which, given their mental confusion, becomes a hectic and, for
the reader, very funny game. Martini, for example, sees more
pieces on the board than actually exist, places hotels on
properties where hotels don't belong, and rolls imaginary dice.
Yet here, too, McMurphy shows a relaxed generosity, counting
out Martini's moves so that Martini invariably lands on the
single property he owns. Again, we see it's sometimes
necessary to bend the rules to help people.

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