One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest True/False Final

Chief Bromden is the narrator of the story
True
Chief Bromden is one of the janitors at the institution
False
Chief Bromden is a full blooded Native American
False
EST stands for Extra Surgical Treatment
False
The new patients name is R.P. McMurray
False
The new patient was committed because he sexually assaulted a teenage girl
False
The new admission patient was determined by the court to be a psychopath because he assaulted one of the work farm nurses
False
The new admission patient has red, curly hair
True
Mr. Tabor is the bull goose looney until a new patient is admitted
False
Ruckley is a chronic who was an acute that had too many EST treatments
False
Chief Bromden has been in the institution the longest
True
Billy Bibbet has been in the institution since post WWII
False
The Big Nurse’s name is Nurse Ratched
True
The mail the patients receive at the mental hospital is forwarded to their families and they never get to read their personal letters
False
chronics and acutes never socialize together during the day
false
chronics are divided into categories: Walkers, wheelers, broken machines, and vegetables.
False
One way the chronics spy on each other is to write notes in Bug Nurse’s log book, that she uses for their group therapy sessions
False
Mr. Harding is the president of the Patient’s Council because he has a college degree
True
The Public Relations man keeps the ward and hospital looking good for the public eye when he brings groups around for tours
True
A successful dismissal is someone like Max Taber who is able to program others in his life to do as he has been programmed to do by the institution
False
Nurse Ratched was an army nurse from the Vietnam Conflict
True
The fog machine Bromden refers to is most likely the effect of the drugs the patients have to take
True
Nurse Ratched uses the patient’s individual journals to try to get them to talk about their psychological problems
False
R.P. McMurphy cam from a mental ward of the high security prison he had been sentenced to before this hospital
False
McMurphy makes a bet with the other patients that he can get the nurse’s goat an make her look like a fool within a week
True
Ratched only insinuates what the patients do that is wrong; she doesn’t need to accuse them outright
True
McMurphy learns that the patients who don’t keep control end up being shipped back to the high security prison
False
McMurphy learns that Bromden is not actually deaf when a tray of food crashes to the floor in the day room
False
Nurse Ratched keeps to the schedule of having group therapy for one hour a day.
True
Ellis is stuck to the wall and wets his pants at age 35 because he was brainwashed by one of the orderlies and Nurse Ratched
False
Dr. Spivey is the man in charge of public relations
False
R.P. McMurphy rooms with Billy Bibett
False
Bromden gets up the courage to go to bed without being strapped in like he’s supposed to be each night
False
Mr. Turkle sometimes helps Bromden during the night by untying Bromden’s sheet for him
True
of all the patients on the ward flood, Bromden is the first one up in the morning
True
Green convalescents is the name of the patient’s clothing
True
Ward policy mandates that all patients brush their teeth after every meal
False
The toothpaste is locked up in a cabinet over the nurse’s station
True
McMurphy decides to break into the cabinet to get the toothpaste so he can brush his teeth
False
McMurphy suggests that the acutes be able to use the tub room for card games because the chronics are always messing up their cards
False
McMurphy tries to get the patients to vote to change the free time schedule with the television watching time because he wants to watch the world series
False
Nurse Ratched has to start rationing chocolate bars because they’ve been using them to gamble
False
Even though there were 21 votes to watch TV at a different time, Nurse R. didn’t honor the vote because she said it was closed
True
McMurphy decides to try and lift the control panel to then break through the screen in the window
True
Now that the big nurse has to deal with the patient’s not doing their work jobs, Bromden notices that the fog is thicker than it ever was before
False
Old Rawler kills himself up on disturbed in the bathroom
True
Bromden has to go clean the staff room during their meeting
True
Nurse R. calls a staff meeting to discuss the punishment of the patients who refused to do their work jobs
False
Dr. Spivey recomends that McMurphy be sent to distrubed
true
Nurse R agrees with Dr. Spivey and the inters that McMurphy be sent to distubed

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