Flowers for Algernon Essay | Student Essay

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Flowers for Algernon

Summary: Discusses the novel Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. Analyzes the character of Charlie. Questions if intelligence equals happiness.
Behind the eyes of a thirty-two year old man, sitting in a bakery skimming through pictures of his only comic books that he looks over day in and day out is someone different then others. He is someone who is one person on the outside and a second person on the inside. A man, with great intelligence locked up inside, un-used, untouched. Charlie Gordon, born mentally disabled is a man with great mystery. One of which could have made the world a better place.

Charlie was born into a regular family, a regular home, and a simple area. Everything was normal, his dad would work, his mother would clean, and Charlie would play with his toys. Nothing was wrong except the fact that Charlie never stopped playing, all he did was play, and when he turned six he acted as if he was still that new born...

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