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A Comparison of Flowers For Algernon and Hoods I have Known

Summary: Compares the novels Flowers For Algernon, by Daniel Keyes and Hoods I have Known, written by Sonara Spatt. Explores the similar themes in each text. Describes how each of the two main characters get to live a different life style for a short period of time.
Both "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes and "Hoods I have known", written by Sonara Spatt are short stories, which in hold two main characters that get to live in a different life style for a short period of time. The well-known statement is shown to be factual in these short stories; "You don't know anyone until you have walked a mile in that persons shoes." Charlie Gordon from "Flowers for Algernon" and the narrator from "Hoods I have Knows," both go through one event that changes their lives forever and teaches them a very valuable lesson. When the main character from "Hoods I have Known" gets pushed to the back of the classroom with all the greasers for reading a note her teacher asked her to deliver, she then becomes friends with one of the greasers named Danny. When Charlie was asked to get an operation, which...

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