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  1. Gambling Addiction: a Basis for Kesey's Character.

    Upon entering the ward, McMurphy uses the shared interest of card playing to make a move towards communications with his new peers. His entrance into the ward has the patients intrigued by his character and his immediate rebellious actions. One problem with their interest in him is that the evil Nurse Ratched has trained them to not step outside of their comfort zone. It is this immediate relationship and commonality with the patients that McMurphy uses to his advantage in order to begin his plan early.

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