He constantly displayed a bit of obsessive compulsive disorder based on his "fidgets" and rapid blinking which seemed to be in access.
Everything Billy does can be contributed to how his mother took over his life and did not give him the chance to make any decisions for himself. McMurphy is transferred from a prison work farm to the hospital, thinking it will be an easy way to serve out his sentence in comfort.
The character which I decided to analyze was Babbit.
I mean he killed himself because he was so freaked about how his mother would react. During the basketball game, for example, he passes the ball to imaginary players that only he can see, and on the fishing trip he sees things in the water that no one else can.
She subjected him to electric shock treatment, which made him docile and compliant. She displays a frightening cruelty, all the more chilling for her calm delivery. Main characters[ edit ] Randle McMurphy: Billy seemed to have a nervous studder and a low self esteem.
He was distracting and disruptive in group meetings. But it's the truth even if it didn't happen. Turkle is an old black man who works as an aide on the night shift in the psychiatric ward. He suffers from panic attacks and emotional problems. A patient obsessed with explosives and destruction.
Anyways, I have to agree about Charlie experiencing a manic episode.
When he flipped out, I think it was seen as a manic episode-- a symptom of a Bipolar Disorder. He was very anxious and cared alot about the opinions of others.
He feels more pressure just to spit out what he is trying to just because people are waiting for him. An unruly patient who was released before McMurphy arrived, a broken man. After reading about all the different types of disorders, I discovered that Billy Bibbit suffers from a specific phobia, also known as a simple phobia.
The Lifeguard A former football player given to fits of violent behavior. Max Taber was a former patient in the ward who incurred the dislike of the Big Nurse, who regarded him as a manipulator. An elderly African American aide who works the late shift in the ward. The first night McMurphy is in the ward, Bromden dreams Blastic is hung by his heel and sliced open, spilling his rusty visceral matter.
Sandy Gilfilliam Candy's older and less-physically attractive friend; comes with her to the party on the ward.Billy Bibbit, the "stuttering, sensitive, suicidal boy with a mother complex", is not strong enough to stand up on his own.
He is very timid and acts the way he does because of his mental health issues. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest () is a novel written by Ken Kesey. Set in an Oregon psychiatric hospital, the narrative serves as a study of institutional processes and the human mind as well as a critique of behaviorism and a tribute to individualistic principles.
Billy Bibbit: Billy Bibbit is a thirty-one-year-old Acute. He has been tormented by a stutter all his life, and he is very immature. He has been tormented by a stutter all his life, and he is very immature. Billy is tentative, inhibited, virginal, gentle, and sweet. Long curls fall over his forehead to accentuate his childlike quality.
When threatened, he cringes and cowers to make himself smaller, hugging himself into a. Billy Bibbit is a patient in a mental institution in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
The ward on which Billy resides is ruled by Nurse Ratched, the head nurse, who specializes in using her.
Billy Bibbit Billy is a very timid Stand offish type of guy who suffers with stuttering when he is nervous or confronted with conflict Billy isn’t a committed to stay at the psychiatric center he’s a voluntary patient meaning he can leave whenever he wishes.Download