Charlie Gordon's Operation In Daniel Keyes Flowers For Algernon

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In Daniel Keyes’s “Flowers for Algernon” , Charlie Gordon should have had the operation. To begin, this operation was a good idea because he gets a chance to contribute to science. He “feels that [the Algernon-Gordon Effect] is an important discovery.” Evidently, Charlie wants to prevent people from suffering the side effects of the operation before he does Charlie’s decision to have the operation guides him to accept himself after losing his gained knowledge. He accepts the fact that he is“ the first dumb person in the world who ever found out somthing importent for sience.” For the same reason, he feels that he benefited for the better from the experiment.

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