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Flowers for Algernon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Progress Report 4 Summary

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Progress Report 4 Summary

The next day, Charlie is given another test. This time he has been told to make up stories about people in pictures, but he cannot, because that would be like lying and he used to be hit for lying. Besides, he does not know the people, so he does not see how he can tell stories about them. He offers to tell stories about his Uncle Herman instead, but the lady giving him the test does not want to hear those.

After that, Burt takes him up to the Psychology Laboratory, where he gives Charlie some puzzles and mazes. The puzzles are hard and Charlie does not understand the maze at all. Finally, Burt takes him to the fifth floor, where more people are working with monkeys and mice. He takes a mouse out of the one of the cages and tells Charlie his name...

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