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  1. Essay on use of power in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    Firstly, characters in both novels use power to liberate others and give them their power back. McMurphy in ?Cuckoo?s Nest? influences the other patients on the ward through his laughter: ?it?s free and loud and? it?s lapping against the walls all over the ward.?[1] McMurphy laughs when he first enters the ward, and the power of his laughter is emphasised because of the way Kesey describes it as ?lapping?, suggesting it fills the ward and envelops everyone. His laugh and rebellious nature eventually help to give the other patients the power of laughter back, who are at first too afraid to laugh because of Nurse Ratched and her power.

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