The day Ken Kesey sat down at his desk and started to write his 6,500,000 copy best-selling novel "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest" he decided to make the narrator, and the central character in the story, a 6'8" tall, paranoid, schizophrenic, native American named Chief Bromden. He pretends to be deaf and dumb, and is cagey enough to fool everyone in the ward. And throughout the novel Chief Bromden keeps talking about a Combine, which
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truly is out there that we know about, the only difference being that the Chief calls it a Combine whereas we may have another name for it.
1) Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. Online Dictionary and Reference. Dec.12
2) Lexico Publishing Group, LLC. Online Dictionary and Reference. Dec.12
3) Fish, Peter. Barron's Booknotes. April 4 2002. Dec. 12