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Deven Rudy 5th Hour English-I H Oral Interpretation Introduction The book Flowers for Algernon is about a man named Charlie who has an IQ of 68 He is asked by doctors if he would like to take part in a medical experiment that would increase his IQ three times yet they were not sure if it would be permanent or temporary Before the operation they had to run tests One particular test is with a mouse named Algernon Algernon has had this operation performed on him At the same time Algernon and Charlie have to go through the maze Algernon always seems to beat Charlie Charlie eventually beat him after the operation In this story Charlie has to go through many changes He gets flashbacks of his childhood but does not understand them One of the doctors tells Charlie that he needs to go find his family because the only way he will be a complete person is if he understood his past He had started to see signs of Algernon regressing and noticed he had the same signs so before he could no longer understand he went to visit his family Setting It begins with Charlie walking up to the house Most takes place on the porch or in their kitchen Interpretation Rose hoarse voice Do you want something Charlie He opens his mouth but nothing comes out Pause Ma Rose Rose Steps backwards in fear GASP Charlie Charlie Charlie moves towards Rose Maits me Rose What are you doing here Charlie I just wanted to see you talk to you Pleads Please Please dont go away Dont run away from me Rose Rose goes inside her house and locks the doors Click Pause Peers out of the curtains Go away Leave me alone Charlie Let me in I want to talk to you Charlie pounds and bangs on the door in frustration until eventually the glass breaks AH Im
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