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Flowers for Algernon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Progress Report 7 Summary

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Progress Report 7 Summary

Once the bandages are removed from his eyes, Charlie writes again on March 11, three days after the operation. He says the operation did not hurt, though it scared him, being wheeled into the green room with all the doctors standing up high. He did not know it was going to be like a show.

Burt comes every day to take his temperature and blood pressure and record other things. He says it is because of the scientific method; they have to keep records so they can do it again. That is why Charlie has to write his progress reports. They are going to make Photostats of them so they'll know what's going on in his head. However, Charlie doesn't even know what's going on in his head, no matter how many he times goes over the journals. He keeps trying, though, because he hopes if...

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