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The book, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Audiobook is written by Ken Kesey. The author portraits the novel in Oregon psychiatric hospital. The narrative of the novel was acting as a study of institutional processes and for studying the human mind as well. The narrative also corresponds to the tribute to individualistic principles and a critique of behaviorism too. The novel was published on February 1, 1962, by Viking Press and Signet Books. The cover artist for the novel is Paul Baron.

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Unabridged Audiobook was set in a mental institution in the Pacific Northwest. Chief Bromden the narrator of the novel, is a catatonic half-Indian man and is considered deaf and dumb. The prevailing theme of this novel is the contrast between natural sexual freedom and clamped-down sexual mores, Kesey defines this as sexual freedom Vs. sexual repression. The author also narrates the themes of independence Vs. acquiescence, self-interest Vs. altruism, mind Vs. matter and fear Vs. experience.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Audiobook is a popular novel written by Ken Kesey. It was originally published on February 1, 1962.  The book falls under the genre of Novel, Medical Fiction, etc. It has a rating of 4.2 Star Rating on Good Reads.

Chief Bromden is well aware of his surroundings and pretends to be both deaf and dumb. Nurse Ratched rules the ward with an iron fist and can punish them if anyone goes against her. Randle McMurphy introduces himself as a gambler and womanizer, he bets the patients that in his first week he will make Ratched lose her temper.

He causes many troubles to the hospital system and schedules and causes Ratched to lose her power. In the end, McMurphy blames Ratched for Bibbit’s death, Ratched sends McMurphy to the chronic ward but also loses her power, as a controller of the ward systems.

About Author (Ken Kesey):

Kenneth Elton Kesey was an American essayist, novelist, and countercultural figure. His novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest was among the 100 best novels from 1923 to 2005.

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Mp 3 is given below in 1 part which includes all the chapters of the book. Start reading it today and Enjoy it!

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