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Charlie from Flowers for Algernon is a 37 year old grown man who has a very serious mental disability Charlies goal is to get more intelligence and have freedom in his head He goes to a laboratory to take tests to see if he is improving at all Dr Nemur and Dr Strauss assign the tests to see his progress Although Charlies motivations and reactions compared to Dr Strauss and Dr Nemurs motivations and reactions are widely different and closely alike Charlies motivations are very interesting and he is very hopeful He is motivated by the thought of being smart and having a higher IQ Charlie said After the operation Im gonna try to be smart Im gonna try awful hard Charlie wants the operation on his head to work and cure his mental disability Soon after the operation Charlie started to become smarter Before Charlie took a test against a white mouse named Algernon The mouse beat Charlie many times But as Charlies brain improves I beat Algernon 8 times Passing tests and beating Charlie is motivating Charlie to do better DrStrauss and Dr Nemurs motivations are quite the same and different in some ways At first the doctors were motivated by the idea of a big discovery for Charlie The Doctors are assigning Charlie different ways to try to improve his intelligence They are giving Charlie a small TV for him to learn tings while he is sleeping As the weeks pass by Charlie becomes even brighter The doctors say that youre coming along fast Charlie They are proud of him and they are becoming more into this operation Later on in the story Dr Strauss and Dr Nemurs motivation towards this operation for Charlie changes expenationally The Doctors are fighting on who gets the research and what time do they get to publish it This is my
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