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  • POINT OF VIEW
  • IRONY
  • SYMBOL
  • The story is told by third person's point of view, but reader only knows what Mary Maloney knows.
  • POINT OF VIEW
  • There is a dramatic irony because Mary Maloney, who commited the crime, made the police eat the murder weapon.
  • IRONY
  • Lambs have been used for thousands of years as a symbol of innocence and purity. Patrick Maloney could also be seen as symbolic of a lamb and as the unsuspecting victim of a killing.
  • SYMBOL
  • The story is told by third person's point of view.(omniscient) Chief Bromden is also an interesting narrator because he is certainly not unbiased, and his mental illness can also shed doubt on his reliability.
  • The fact that McMurphy is committed to a mental institutionis itself an example ofsituational irony, because he has committed a crime butexhibits no signs of insanity. McMurphy cons his way into being committed to the hospital, because he believes it to be a lighter sentence than a prisonfarm.
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