Sexism In One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

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The novel was a Ken Kesey’s novel One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest is a beautifully written book. The novel gives you so many reason to look into specific concerns such as what the author was trying to express about society. The characters in the book showed their concerns and with the complex characters and thoughts provoking events. This book is very controversy. Kesey skills as a fiction writer made note of the novel to be good and evil parables. Kesey became the target of feminist attacks. Negative depiction of women and blacks in the novel. The way he addressed the sexist and racist stereotype. The only African American people that is in the book are either stupid or malicious hospital orderlies. The women are whores, which was not
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