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Summary of "Flowers for Algernon"

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of "Flowers For Algernon" by Daniel Keyes.
Flowers for Algernon is a book by Daniel Keys about a mentally ill 38-year-old man whose name is Charlie. He goes to The Beekman School for Mentally Retarded Adults and has an I.Q. of 70. His teacher's name is Ms. Kinnian and Charlie likes her. She is very nice to him and teaches him how to read and write. Charlie works at a bakery where he is taunted and teased by his co-workers, but, he thinks they are his friends and doesn't understand that they are really making fun of him. He is then given a wonderful opportunity to undergo a major brain surgery to increase his intelligence. However, the operation had only been tested on a mouse, never another human. He thinks about it but because of his handicapped mental abilities thinks that he's getting a chance to be smarter and doesn't understand the...

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