An Analysis Of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest '

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The passage which evidently focuses on Billy Bibbitis stated as, “He was concentrating on getting to his feet...she turned a slow, contemptuous look across the bunch of us” (314-316). This section reveals Billy Bibbit’s shift as a character,from a repressed, adolescent observer flourishing into a confident, masculine and bold character. He was timid and frightened by Nurse Ratched, as she used his mom as a threat to shame him back into her submission. However, when McMurphy encourages him to pursue his desires and he does, the readers recognize that he briefly regains his manhood and power, as he finally defies Nurse Ratched’s control. Following his night with Candy, he pretends to not notice anyone, even Nurse Ratched approaching, as he proudly
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