""The Lord is my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my
salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my savior; thou savest me from
violence." (2 Kin. 13). At the time of Jesus he was the people's savior and came
to help bring them back to equality and in perfect justice. Jesus was a
magnificent man ,as represented in the bible, in that he spent all his time
wondering from city to city showing those whom would follow, how to change
the things around them to benefit or make equal. Now in the book One Flew
Over The Cuckoo's Nest there was a great parallel to Jesus, a man by the
name of Patrick McMuphey, and it wasn't a coincidence. This man comes to
the ward and during his stay he guards the men that become friends with him,
not only caring for his fiends he stands up to the matriarch.
through out the book brings up many biblical analogies of situations and the
comparison of The book character and Jesus. Ken Kesey draws the description
of men in the crucified position. The motives of the character and being a
savior, and the physical similarities.
When the Characters all meet each other, there is no lack in starting the
Biblical references. We follow Patrick Mcmurphy gaining friends around him
and when he has made all his friends he is shown to be the false Christ with his
disciple. McMurphey is shown to be Jesus through his analytical movements.
As I had said in my thesis McMurphey helps the guys to recover from the
hostel take over of a nurse and does what a shepherd would do, he helps lift the
spirits of the men around but also shield them from...