The law to give more authority or power

Interactive Oral helped me build up a more straightforward comprehension of the
time and era and furnished me with world ideas underneath the literal
conditions. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest has a patronizing tone that
is engaged toward individuals who conflicted with the social standards and in
Kesey’s perspective, the oppressive tyrant, oppressor façade of the
legislature. The novel was composed and fixated on the life during the late
1950s and mid 1960s, where the principle point of merging is the pickup of authority
and opportunity. For instance, in the novel, Nurse Ratched symbolizes a
character who has better control over everyone, the boys and the asylum. She
was frequently seen as the opponent of the story based on that the novel is
told in Chief Bromden’s perspective, a male patient, which can be viewed as
sexual orientation against females, that they’re substandard compared to men. One
of my class individuals provided me to better comprehend the conditions in the
1960s as a period of social change, yet individuals still fit in with the
societal standards and with the spread of socialism, individuals were on their
feet with the obligation to maintain the bastion of popular government, the
U.S. In my hometown, Pakistan, women are considered to be inferior to men and
still are. Women in Pakistan are pondered to be useless and a distraction to societal
development. Pakistani men believe that women are good at making children and
that should be there only job, moreover fathers tend to get their daughters
married quickly plus prevent them to have a chance for an education but just to
continue their family chain and continue this constant process for years. This relates
to the novel because Nurse Ratched expectations for the ward is for it to be
moving smoothly without any problems and nothing to interfere with her work,
but, Mc Murphy arrived and symbolized the law to give more authority or power
to society to make a change. I can relate to this because one of my peers
discussed how his mother got married at a very young age and had no choice, which
prevented her from continuing her education and is now at the age of 37 going
to college for a better future. From our group discussion I was able to successfully
understand everyone’s different perspective on how cultural and contextual
considerations were developed through the interactive oral.