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Thursday, December 10, 2009

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest


Not so long ago I've had an idea-fix: read as much world classic as I can
Well...of course as much as I want)
Something serious and life-teaching

One of the most inspiring book I've read is "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" by Ken Kesey
This book is about a strict disciplined life in mental clinic, which was broken by a hooligan.
It's about how hopeless people with his help start to believe again.
I really think it worths to reed!

13 comments:

  1. never read the book but i've seen the movie...is the movie true to the book?

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  2. i have never read this! maybe i should x

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  3. Such a great book; phenomenal movie too!

    xoxox,
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  4. ive never read the book or seen the movie! i think ill have to. :)

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  5. I love your plan of getting into classic literature- I think it is important to know what writers did before to understand modern literature and where it comes from.
    you have to read salinger's 'catcher in the rye if you haven't already!

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  6. I watched that movie for my English class and fell in love!! So great! xoxoxoxo

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  7. its a good book! love your other post as well that was link to it! :) whats russia like??

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  8. oh I love one flew over the cuckoo's nest!

    i like you're blog!
    <3

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  9. i might just read it now!!!!!!!

    thanks!

    xoxo

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  10. I´v had the same idea fix haha! seriously... but then I also added.. learn more about history and important historical figures! It´s been hard! That book is so amazing and I really like the movie too! x

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  11. I never read the book or seen the movie!!!

    xoxox

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  12. I'm an architecture student, and I will be designing a mental hospital as a final project. My professor told me to watch this movie as a reference of life in a mental hospital. would you recommend it to me as well? visit my blog, please. thank you.

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