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This book was very confusing in the begginingBeforeI read a book I usally skim Through it real fastWhen I skimmed through this oneI saw a whole bunch of spellingerrorsand it didnt have a summary on the back of the bookto tell you what its about I soon learned it was about a retarded adult namedCharlie Gordonwriting to his doctorDr StaussDrStauss is experimenting on him to make him be smarterCharlie works at bakeryas a janitorHe thinks he has alot of freinds theirbutthey really are just making fun of himCharlie just doesnt knowHe hopes to be smart some dayjust like the other kidsso he doesnt hesitate for a moment to cooperatein a radical experiment to increase his intellegence Algernon is a mouse that Charlie is amazed at the tasks he can performHe is also very supersticious As days go byCharlie starts to make more and morecorrections in his writingHe also gets more mad at Algernonbecause he keeps beating Charlie in all the testsHe later starts to notice how beatiful AliceKinnian isHe cant get her off his mindShe likes May 20thhe got fired from his jobbut the Welberg Foundation has begunpaying him a salary out of grant so he doesnt have to go looking for a jobHis sister isnt very nice to him His qouteListenthe best of them have been smug and patronizing-using me to make themselves superior and secure in their own limitationsAnyone can feel intelligent besides a moron October 5th was the day when Charlie snappedHe told DrStauss he didnt want to take these tests anymoreHe even ripped apart the white binder with alot of informationThe tests made him so much smarternow hes loosing itHe starts making more errors in his writingHe lost alot of his knowledgeAlgernon died at the end of the story
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