Ken Kesey Life Behind the Cuckoo's Nest

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Kesey was often “under-the-influence” when he was writing his novel. He received a lot of help writing his novel through the patients that he worked with. He did not believe that the patients were crazy; he thought that society had pushed them away because they did not meet the criteria for normal human behavior...
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Kesey did not have much enthusiasm, however. He said that he never got to see the movie, due to a legal suit over $20,000 he was paid for film rights. He hated that the film was not portrayed through the character Chief Bromden. He also did not want Jack Nicholson to play as Randle McMurphy. Though, despite all of this, his wife said that he enjoyed the movie, after all...
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