One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: A Play in Two Acts

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Samuel French, Inc., 1974 - Drama - 83 pages
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During his fraudulent stay at a mental institution, a charming rogue invokes the head nurse's antagonism by inciting revolution among the inmates.

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The writing itself is superb! - Goodreads
... a horribly scary ending. - Goodreads
It detracted from the plot that was a good idea. - Goodreads

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This story has a foreboding overtone to it throughout. I knew it wouldn't have a "happy" ending, but it still managed to slug me in the gut. It's a tragic story, but definitely worth the read. The writing itself is superb! Read full review

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User Review  - Brigitte - Goodreads

Loved it in play form. It was such a great play to read in Theater Lit class. Read full review

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LE TUAN is an award-winning translator, actor, director and writer. His English novels, - "MOTHERLAND," "WHITE LOTUS," "GREEN BAMBOO JUSTICE," and"WHO KILLED PINK SWALLOW?" - have been published and are available on AMAZON BOOKS

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