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Flowers for Algernon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Progress Report 12 Summary

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Progress Report 12 Summary

For the next two weeks, Charlie does not write, telling Nemur he is too busy thinking and reading. The memories are coming back with astonishing clarity. In one, his sister comes home from school with an A on a history test and asks their mother for the dog she was promised if she did well. Charlie offers to help her take care of the dog, but she resents him and does not want to share. Because she refuses to share, their father will not let her have the dog and Norma angrily storms off, promising to go dumb like Charlie.

Charlie's relationship with Alice remains platonic, but he still likes to talk to her when he is trying to sort things out. One evening, he goes to pick her up from the Beekman School. Unable to resist, he goes inside and sees his old classmates...

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