We Love You, Charlie Freeman: A Novel - Pages 261 – 326 Summary & Analysis

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Nymphadora of Courtland County, 1929 – Ellen goes with Nadine to the music conservatory-turned-scientific institute. Ellen is amazed by how big and beautiful the place is. Nadine takes Ellen to Gardner’s office. Ellen is heartbroken to know that she was not Gardner’s only specimen, but she still loves him. Ellen asks about the work being given to the men of Spring City. She says the questions the men are being asked are indecent, and that Gardner must stop. Gardner explains his tests are merely about language, and that he should have explained things better to those undergoing the tests. Gardner says he himself has taken the test. The test, he explains, is to determine how different kinds of brains understand language. He says all assistants working for him have also taken the test, and pulls out the results to show Ellen and Nadine.

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