Rag Rooney In Henry Flew Over The Cuckoo's Dream '

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Henry likes to go into rich detail with each character. He would create personality traits and stories for each one of the characters as part of his process. By creating each character, Henry would give each character part of his own personality traits and ways of thinking. The similar characters helps the reader to understand how Henry sees himself through his association. Henry knows he plays the game too much, an obsession maybe, but doesn’t admit it himself but through his made up characters. This is best seen through the character of Rag Rooney. Rag “Pappy” Rooney is the coach of the Haymakers. He is the voice of reason in the midst of the dream, he is very pragmatic and “cares little for the peculiar aesthetics.” (17) Rag Rooney represents

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