Describing the state of the ward following this decision, Chief says, “It’s quiet in the tub room, just the sound of the speaker drifting in from the day room. It’s so quiet you can hear that guy upstairs in Disturbed climbing the wall, giving out an occasional signal… like a baby yells to yell itself to sleep” (Kesey 120). Kesey intentionally repeats the word “quiet” to emphasize the absence of conversation, laughter, and other human elements from the ward. Additionally, he describes that the Disturbed patient
After the Watsons get back from Alabama, Byron hangs out with Kenny a lot more because he understands that Kenny feels bad about what happened. Byron also finds out that Kenny has been hiding behind the couch and understands that he is waiting there for the “Magic Powers” to heal him like it healed all of the animals that have gotten sick or injured. He also tells Kenny that if it wasn’t for him, Joetta would have gone back into the church and might have died. Byron even lets Kenny cry with his head in his lap instead of telling him to shut up and to go away. Byron closed the the bathroom door so no one else could see him cry.
As the man laughed loudly, Jimson robbed the injector on the man’s hand and injected to his arm. The man was shocked, wanting to punch Jimson but falls down on the ground in reacts to the drug. Jimson immediately untie Mandala and hugged her hardly into his arm. “I’m sorry. I’m sorry…” he repeats.
He was a good king” He muttered with every stab, still unknown to the tears falling down his face. By the time he finished he could hardly recognize his king. The blood splattered all over Duncan was a sorry sight. His head was screaming, all the voices were gone. All that was occupied his head was himself.
The shrill sound of his alarm clock broke through the pleasant dream Kazuhito was having. He tried to hold on to it by keeping his eyes closed as he grabbed around the bedside table. When he found the clock and turned it off, the images already started slipping his mind and all he was left with was the faint memory of a warm embrace and light brown hair beneath his fingertips. Groaning, he opened his eyes and turned his head to see the red numbers of his alarm clock – 6:03. Something about that time was off and it took him another minute to realise that he could've slept in for another hour and a half, since he and his friends had decided to quit the club.
One night I was sleep walking and went straight into my mom and Jimmy’s bedroom. I tapped on Jimmy’s shoulder to wake him up so I could get in the bed with them, but he didn’t. Instead he was in a nightmare were he thought I was an enemy in the war and started choking me with both of his hands. He picked me up and threw me on the bed while still choking me. The sudden thump in the bed is what awoken my mom.
Similarly, when Paul says, “We are not youth any longer. We don’t want to take the world by storm. We are fleeing. We fly from ourselves.” (87), he is saying that not only was their youth and innocence compromised when they entered the war, but also the drive and motivation to be adventurous also has fled. In chapter two, we see Paul reminiscing over his poems and plays that he wrote abundantly while at home.
Mix this with his exhaustion and he will always be searching for ways to distract himself from his duties. Persuade him to search for rest and regeneration in the internet, movies, video games, music and other methods of entertainment. Anything that will keep his mind and life idle prohibiting development and most of all connection with the Enemy. The amusing thing about this is that your patient doesn’t even find pleasure in these forms of entertainment and yet he will not be able to resist engaging in these activities so long as they distract him from the noise. Keep him in these behaviors long into the night until he can no longer keep his eyes open.
After talking to a cell mate Tony plead insanity and was taken to Broadmoor Asylum for the criminally Insane, he served 15 years there. When Jon went to talk to tony he described him as normal. Tony was describing all the things he did that people labeled as a sign of mental illness. What he wore, what he talked about, even how he wouldn 't join the other patients who he was genuinely afraid of. “How do you sit in a sane way, how do you cross your legs in a sane way.” Jon went to Tony’s psychiatrist and asked why was he still there?
Anything associated with blood or scary things always gets him. Every time he has something medical related my mom is right there with him. On our way there we stopped at home to get my mom so she would help us (mostly him). That night my mom was home alone and tucked in bed with the dogs ( she was really scared). When she heard a knock on the door her heart skipped a beat.