1 Which of the following is not a domineering mother figure in the novel? Mrs. Bromden Mrs. Bibbit Vera Harding Nurse Ratched 2 What is Nurse Ratched's only incongruous physical trait? Her full lips Her orange nail polish Her large breasts Her smooth skin 3 Which of the following does McMurphy represent the least? Sexual liberation Rational choice Insanity Anti-social behavior 4 Which character calls the patients rabbits who need a strong wolf? Nurse Ratched R.P. McMurphy Billy Bibbit Dale Harding 5 What is significant about Dr. Spivey's suggestion about the tub room? It shows that McMurphy is only interested in games and gambling. It shows that the doctors do not care about the welfare of the patients. It shows that Nurse Ratched controls the actions of the doctors. It shows that McMurphy is as capable as Nurse Ratched of manipulating the system. 6 Which of the following games do the patients not play? Backgammon Monopoly Basketball Cards 7 What represents insanity for Chief Bromden? The Fog The Combine Nurse Ratched Chewing Gum 8 Which character is most likely a closeted homosexual? Chief Bromden Nurse Ratched Dale Harding Billy Bibbit 9 Which is not an objection that a patient has about Nurse Ratched's policies? The loud music The locking of the dormitories on the weekends The impossibility of getting an Accompanied Pass The rationing of cigarettes 10 Which character has been a patient on the ward the longest? R.P. McMurphy Cheswick Colonel Matterson Chief Bromden 11 Who tells McMurphy that Nurse Ratched determines when he leaves the institution? A Lifeguard Dale Harding Geever Washington 12 When is the first instance in which McMurphy becomes angry? When the black boys take McMurphy's clothes. When Nurse Ratched refuses to turn down the music. When the patients refuse to support his plan for a schedule change. When he learns that Nurse Ratched controls when McMurphy may leave. 13 Which character suffers from intense feelings of Catholic guilt and shame? Nurse Ratched Dale Harding Nurse Pilbow Billy Bibbit 14 What is significant about the origin of Billy Bibbit's stutter? It shows that Billy Bibbit suffers from feelings of sexual inadequacy. It shows that the cause of Billy Bibbit's problems is his mother. It shows that Nurse Ratched causes more problems than she solves. It shows that Billy Bibbit is a closeted homosexual. 15 Why does Nurse Ratched usually not respond harshly to McMurphy's rebellion against her? She knows that she ultimately controls his fate and can determine his release. She knows that she can send McMurphy to another ward whenever he becomes too problematic. She is secretly planning to lobotomize McMurphy. She is intimidated by McMurphy and can only respond through indirect means. 16 What criterion does Nurse Ratched use to determine who works on her ward? Cruelty Physical size Fear Anger 17 For which crime is McMurphy not arrested? Public Indecency Assault and Battery Disturbing the Peace Statutory Rape 18 Which of the characters is not a war veteran? Colonel Matterson Charles Cheswick R.P. McMurphy Chief Bromden 19 To what does Harding compare the patients? Chickens at a pecking party Sheep Cows at a slaughterhouse Rabbits 20 Which of the following sentences about Tee Ah Millatoona is not true? His name means "Stands With a Fist." He was a full Indian chief. He married a town woman. His wife drove him to alcoholism. 21 What is significant about the patients' encounter at the gas station? It shows the patients how McMurphy is ashamed of associating with them. It shows the patients that they cannot escape Nurse Ratched, even outside of the hospital. It shows the patients the power that their mental illness gives them. It shows the patients how they are unable to deal with the outside world. 22 Which of the following does not match the character to his appropriate trait? Charles Cheswick - bull goose loony George Sorenson - compulsive about cleanliness Billy Bibbit - stutterer Dale Harding - hallucinates about air raids 23 Which bet does McMurphy not make with the other patients? He bets that a person can move the control panel in the tub room. He bets that he can get Chief Bromden to speak. He bets that he can get Nurse Ratched to show some sign of weakness within a week. He bets that he can hit the clock with a dab of butter. 24 Which character describes his mother as twice as tall as his father? Chief Bromden Charles Cheswick Dale Harding Billy Bibbit 25 Which of the following is not a reason for Nurse Ratched's confidence? She knows that the other nurses on other wards will back up whatever she does. She knows that she controls McMurphy's fate. She has the power to use procedures such as lobotomies and EST against McMurphy. She has "the Combine" supporting her.