He had the A.I surgery and then it started to research the operation and realized his I.Q was going to rapidly decrease. “I recall you once saying to me that an experienced failure or the disproving of a theory was as important to the advancement of learning as a success would be”(Keyes 239). After the A.I surgery Charlie was helping with the scientist and he found out there was not a solution to it and also found out his I.Q was decreasing. Charlie proved the operation was a failure Algernon-Gordon effect. Also, Charlie shouldn 't have the A.I surgery because it decreased his i.Q. Readers argue that while while it might be true that charlie´s I.Q decreases less than 68. Charlie was able to feel like everyone else and he learned how to do things that he never knew how to do before the A.I surgery.opponents would also argue that charlie was heartbroken because of the A.I surgery.
After his intelligence tripled, it quickly wore off. Algernon a mouse and friend of Charlie’s also had the surgery. Charlie Gordon should not have got the IQ surgery because of the danger and negative side effects, the heartbreak, and it made him non-nïave to the world. Charlie should not have got the surgery because of the dangerous and negative side effects. The surgery was a brand new brain surgery.
Charlie mainly regrets becoming smart because of the results of his research on how the doctors made him smart, which he decided to conduct after he was driven to do so after something happened to the mouse he was tested with, Algernon. Charlie saw how wrong the whole event was, after becoming successful and wealthy. One example of this is when Charlie was in a restaurant and saw a mentally disabled child being mistreated, and stood up and gave a small speech on how the room shouldn’t be laughing at the boy. I would say the most substantial evidence to how Charlie sees how wrong this was, was when he spoke to an audience about how he realized that the procedure to increase intellect was wrong, and how it wouldn’t work, because of what happened to Algernon. Charlie was able to give this speech to the audience of people and scientists who helped Charlie become intelligent, due to his research mentioned previously.
Many American teenagers complain that they hate their life because their parents took their phones away for the weekend and/or their closet does not have enough clothing in it. Beah’s childhood makes our childhoods seem like paradise. It is important for American teens to read this novel because then they can understand how grateful they should be for the things they have. Beah had to undergo war, and that had many negative effects which some privileged teens would say only happens in books.
As the chapter progresses, whenever Jimmy Cross is mentioned, Martha is mentioned as well. Jimmy cross blames himself for the death of Ted Lavender. “He pictured Martha’s smooth young face, thinking he loved her more than anything, more than his men, and now Ted Lavender was dead because he loved her so much and could not stop thinking about her”(O’Brien 7) and “he had loved Martha more than his men, as a consequence Ted Lavender was now dead”(O’Brien 16). Jimmy Cross constantly feels that he is failure for not saving Ted Lavender when he could have saved his life. He blames this on Martha because she was a distraction for
However there is also dramatic irony to the understanding of the story. "When the doctors came they said she had died of heart disease- of joy that kills. "(527) She was very happy but didn 't think people would agree with her being happy, so she hid it. Everyone thinks he died of joy.
His best friend, Michael, was thought to kill himself, however the readers and even Charlie himself doesn’t know he actually killed himself or not. Michael death greatly affects Charlie causing him to break down emotionally. The reason why he really breaks down is because he never understood why Michael killed himself (if he did) or why he didn’t get help from Charlie. “Then I started screaming at the guidance counselor that Michael could have talked to me. And then I started crying even harder.~ Page 4.
Losing someone is a tragedy, which is how each of these books end. In The Great Gatsby, Gatsby ends up being killed and his past lover, Daisy, does not bother to visit him or care for his death. Because of this, the readers feel sympathetic towards Gatsby and how heartbroken he must be if he knew that Daisy never even cared about Gatsby and instead only cared for his money. In The Fault in Our Stars, the tragedy of Augustus’s life being taken away by cancer is not only heartbreaking for the readers, but heartbreaking for Hazel. She is left behind with the pain of living without her true love for the rest of the life time she has left.
Then, he spotted a sentence at the top of the exam and sank down in despair. He forgot to follow the directions and convert a certain unit, so the answers turned out wrong because they contained the wrong unit. Now a successful doctor, my dad drills me in the significance of following directions in life. For whether a person overlooks instructions because of an accidental omission or a conscious choice, it can result in death; not just academically, but physically and spiritually.
All the deaths Emily had to go through at such a vulnerable age left scars that wouldn’t heal. Emily also loved her home and often got homesick whenever she was away. Similarly, Wuthering Heights follows a close path of death and tragedy. Frances’ death has a tremendous negative affect on Hindley. Isabella’s life is ruined by her regretful marriage with Heathcliff.
Do you think Charlie Gordon should or should not have had the artificial intelligence surgery that completely changed his life? Charlie Gordon is a 37 year old man from the book Flowers for Algernon who has the intelligence level of about a two Dear old mind. He desperately wants to be smart, however the only way this could be done is if he undergoes a risky surgery. Charlie decides to go through with it. Charlie Gordon should be glad he had the A.I. surgery.
Griffin G. Norvell Putman Hour 4 15th November, 2016 Argument Essay Charlie Gordon was a 38 year-old man with a below average IQ of 68. His teacher for reading, writing, grammar, math, and other subjects, Mrs. Kinnian, had told Charlie's doctors about him. They had asked to meet Charlie, and ran a few tests with him. They talked about an experiment to help Charlie triple his IQ to 204.
Artificial Intelligence is wrong. Whether you're smart or dumb defies who you are. Charlie Gordon is a 37 year old man with a mental disability in the story of “Flowers For Algernon”. Charlie Gordon was better off before the artificial intelligence (A.I.) surgery, Before the surgery he has friends, he's happy, and motivated/determined.