Flowers for Algernon - Study Guide Progress Report 3 Summary & Analysis

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On March 5, Charlie writes that Dr. Strauss and Professor Nemur told him the inkblot test does not matter, and they might still use him. Charlie wants to participate in the experiment, because all his life he has wanted to be smart. His mom told him to work hard in Miss Kinnian's class, and he has. She says he is her best pupil because he really wants to learn.

Dr. Strauss does not know how the experiment will turn out, because it has only been done on animals, but Charlie does not care, even if it hurts. He is strong and determined to work hard. They tell him they will need permission from his family, but his Uncle Herman, who used to take care of him, is dead, and he has not seen his parents or his little sister Norma in a very long time. He...

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