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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Cheat Sheet.

Welcome to the first of hopefully many, in a new series I am calling ‘Cheat Sheets’. For those unfamiliar with the term, it means a concise set of notes which enables the reader to become familiar with the subject without having to read through various textbooks, or in this case watch particular films. 1,121 more words

Cheat Sheets

Suite - Machine of Civilization


it’s a big machine
this civilization
gears turn
shape society’s


I flashed horror
at the dance at the morgue
sacks of flesh torn and wobbled… 156 more words


20 Essential Seattle Books, Part 4: Northwest Classics

For the fourth of our posts suggesting twenty essential books for Seattleites, having focused on history, race and place, we now attempt to suggest some writers whose work best characterizes our “regional literature.” In previous posts we’ve already mentioned… 544 more words


Paranoia and/or Ghosts

Rattling, thin glass panes threatened to break, give in to the wind and electricity, and I woke up, easily, from my defensive half-sleep in an unfamiliar, old house. 495 more words

MFA Factory

Join The Towson Underground and Ken Kesey as East Coast meets West Coast in this immersive experience about two differing strategies on living life to the fullest.



I have a deep, intense, fascination and desire to witness firsthand the beginning of a revolution. Not a revolution in any war or political sense but a revolution of the times. 338 more words

Book Reivew- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey
Published by Penguin Books on August 25, 1977
Genres: Classics, Fiction, Literature, Psychology
Pages: 320
Amazon… 324 more words