"The author is making a comment on man vs. man"
The story is based in a mental institution, in which, at first, is very orderly and structured. An interesting twist to the story is the point of view it is taken from. It is taken from the point of view of the patients of the hospital, not of the ward nurses and workers. The orderly hospital had it's rebels come in,
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expected there to be a winner and was personally cheering for Randle. I liked the book, but was disappointed in the fact that the ending made me rethink who was really right or wrong, and who was really sane or insane. I am still left puzzled to whom is correct and the point of view of the patients really made me think about what it would be like if you were on the "other side".