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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey - Barron's Booknotes
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SCENES 13 AND 14

The first of these two short scenes reminds us that it is always
easier not to be brave; the Chief knows there is safety hiding in
the fog, a fact that McMurphy hasn't yet realized. But the
second scene undercuts the Chief's faith in the safety the fog
provides: against the Combine, safety is always temporary. Old
Rawler, the Disturbed patient we heard in scene eleven, has
killed himself by cutting off his testicles. In effect, he's done
the job the Combine had already begun. The Chief wonders
why he took the trouble: "All the guy had to do was wait."

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