The author, ken kesey, worked in a mental hospital in the 1950s, which is also when the novel is set kesey felt that life in 1950s america was. One flew over the cuckoo's nest, novel by ken kesey, first published in 1962 the book's film adaptation (1975), starring jack nicholson as the main. A visually arresting deluxe edition of ken kesey's counterculture classic boisterous, readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by one flew over the cuckoo's nest is told from bromden's perspective, a native blog - information for publishers - report an issue - help - sitemap - google home. Ken kesey, novelist and pied piper of psychedelic era, dies at age 66 known as the author of the novel ''one flew over the cuckoo's nest,'' as the hero of tom wolfe's nonfiction book about psychedelic drugs, please send feedback, error reports, and suggestions to [email protected]
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