Don't Call It a Comeback

I’ve recently come to the conclusion that the well educated, thought provoking gal in my 20s has turned into the homogenized version of the masses in her 30s. 1,656 more words


¤ The Classic Movie History Project Part 1.

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¤ Blogathons Joined No 11

In this movie blogathon, I entered this review of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975). The film tells about a convicted criminal who thinks he is taking the easy option serving his sentence in a mental health hospital..more about the Blogathon and the review can be found HERE.

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Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey


A classic novel of the 1960s, this powerful story about life in a mental hospital is told by a half-Indian patient called Chief Bromden. The Chief will not talk, and he has deceived the staff into thinking him deaf and dumb; but through his self-imposed protective fog he is an acute observer. 229 more words


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Book Review/Analysis

What can be said about Kesey’s epitomic novel? This is a brilliant, intelligent, wonderfully prosaic book dealing with Otherness and the attitude of society towards it. 580 more words

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest:A Review

Title: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Author: Ken Kesey
Genre: Fiction
Quotation: “Never before did I realize that mental illness could have the aspect of power, power. 562 more words


Treasure Tuesday

1. It’s been awhile friends! It’s been a wild summer, but I hope to get into the swing of things again!

2. I am currently reading “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” by Ken Kesey. 64 more words

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Read a Goddamn Book: Classics

It’s not uncommon to equate “classics” with “really old, really boring books.”

I mean, I work at a bookstore and right now it’s summer reading season. 1,263 more words