Flowers for Algernon

In Flowers for Algernon, what is the significance of the incident involving Charlie's discovery that Gimpy is cheating Mr. Donner?

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This incident is significant for several reasons. First, it indicates to the reader that Charlie has advanced to the point where he is aware intellectually of the discrepency. However, and possibly more significantly, is the fact that Charlie is now facing a moral and ethical dilemma.