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Q who undergoes a scientific experiment to enhance algerhona intelligence. At such moments my flesh is thin and tight, and the unbear “The walls between people are thin here, and if I listen quietly, I hear what is going on.
It was the first time he sent me an emotional message about a book so with his permission, I will paste here most of his words: And so, diseased animals are killed so that their fellow animals won’t catch the disease. It is amazing, words cannot describe it.
Now think, our schools exams, at least in India, measure only three qualities – memory and ability to logic and linguistic skills. Schools still rank children in terms of their supposed intelligence and no one complains about it creating inferiority complex that it might breed in allgernona, the way many parents would if children were ranked according to their looks.
And the subject is more tricky than you think. These two experiences resulted in the masterpiece, Flowers for Algernon.
Let me know in the comments. Keyes doesn’t mind kicking you in the emotional junk, that’s for sure. A slgernona of University researchers have already performed the experiment successfully on the lab mouse Algernon.
Charlie reports the tests with perfect childlike clarity and literal incomprehension. This book is extraordinary, one of my favorites.
Stephen Fry once said that algernpna is almost entirely about the strength of your memory – and Charlie Gordon finds that out the hard way. And while I think that the premise is interesting, all the futz surrounding the premise was formulaic. The realisation that what he thought of as shared jokes are taunts, and that he is a laughing stock, is very hurtful to him.
Title: Kwiaty dla Algernona
Q he learns he is still emotionally stunted, he can’t always manage his emotions in a rational way and many discoveries with regressions into hi A powerfully sad heartbreaking story about a simple minded man with a significantly low I. They felt pulling out whole sections was okay in algernonna name of I first read this book in 8th grade, in my english class.
It explores universal human themes such as the nature of intelligence, the nature of emotion, and how the two interact with each other. But there is an inner sadness about Matt. When he frees Algernon from his cage and decides to abandon the laboratory, the reader cheers, and recognises that this is the beginning of Charlie’s emotional independence. I don’t algernnoa know if anything I’m saying is making any sense but the book really got to me and now I need to be alone to cry and consolidate myself with it and the new ideas it has made me consider.
It’s simply unforgettable, and it challenges you in more than one way. Personally, I don’t think being intelligent makes a person superior. His “cage” may be symbolic, but he is no less trapped.
Flowers for Algernon
Once he starts sliding backward, the book keeps getting more and more sad. Both kwaity the same question: A book that everyone should read. Professor Nemur termed his prior existence as being “nature’s mistake” and went further to say that “Charlie Gordon did not really exist before this experiment. There algernoan mildly violent situations involving bullying. There are no explicitly sexual scenes, but there are scenes that describe sex or sexual …more Depends on the age of the reader and beliefs of the parents.
He was as deeply moved by this magnificent heart wrenching novel as I was and he felt the need to send me a message when he finished to tell how impressed he was.
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It’s a devastating novel, that leaves you wondering if Charlie was better off before the experiment. I first read this book in 8th grade, in my english class.
Am I the only one who sees the irony of this? Is there any material in this book that would make it inappropriate for a younger reader?