The doctors didn’t inform Charlie about the surgery anything what so ever. They didn’t tell him about the risk or what could go wrong doing the procedure. They treated Charlie as a lab rad, which he is not. They had no respect for Charlie or his well being and only cared about their research. Charlie as a patient has the right to be treated as one, not a test subject.
They only cared about what they would get from the experiment, It didn’t matter what happened to Charlie. Charlie Gordon's doctors also didn’t think of what would happen to his after the surgery, Charlie ended up losing his job because people found it wrong for Charlie to end up learning all this information so quickly. He also
"Flowers for Algernon" Persuasive Essay Have you ever read a story or do you know someone named Charlie Gordon? When Charlie Gordon had the A.I or Artificial Intelligence in the story. When he had a low i.q the surgery made him smarter he went from 63 to 204. I think Charlie shouldn 't of had the surgery because it severely changed the way he thought and he lost his best lost most liked friends.
“Even a feeble-minded man wants to be like other men.” This is the situation for the main character in Daniel Keyes’ science fiction short story, “Flowers for Algernon”. Charlie Gordon, a man with an I.Q. score of 68, wants to be smart like everyone else. When he is selected for an operation that can triple his I.Q., Charlie is happy to be Dr. Nemur’s and Dr. Strauss’ test subject. Despite the risks, Charlie Gordon has his intelligence increased, but later suffers from deterioration of his intelligence, amnesia, and senility.
“I told them Becaus all my life I wantid to be smart not dumb.” (222) In the story “Flowers for Algernon” written by Daniel Keys, Charlie has got an artificial intelligence operation to help him become smart. Charlie has spent most of his life in special classes learning. 37 year old Charlie Gordon was born with a learning disability that gives him some different challenges in life. Dr. Nemur, Charlie’s doctor thought of giving Charlie a special surgery that could change him to be intelligent.
Do you want to be super smart? If you do then would you want our A.I surgery To make it happen? In the science fiction story”Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes. The main character Charlie Gordon has a low I.Q and he has a chance to be smarter again.
Anton Tompert Mrs. Veitch 3rd Period 2.15.18 Balance of Awareness Would it be worse to have an IQ of 204 or 68? Would it be worse to know everything but not be able to talk with anyone without frustration or know nothing but not be able to talk of anything more complex than third grade level? In the short science fiction story, “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes, Charlie Gordon with an IQ of 68 and has a difficult time learning anything as simple as reading or writing is given the option to triple his intelligence with a suspicious surgery. Charlie, ignorant of the suspicion or risk that comes with this surgery is desperate to become intelligent as it is his only wish and nothing is more important to him. His teacher, Miss Kinnian recommend him for the surgery out of anyone in the class due to his egre and positive outlook on intelligence.
The operation is meant to increase his intelligence and with intelligence he can touch the sky. With education, there are endless possibilities. In the story, Charlie does not know how to read, write, or spell. After his surgery, he meets
Although, if Charlie did not have the surgery, he would not have had the experience of becoming super smart. Charlie would agree with me that he did not feel happy with himself that he had the surgery. He decided that he wanted to leave New York because he was so embarrassed about pulling a “Charlie Gordon.” Charlie should not have had the surgery because, before the surgery, he had the motivation to become smart, and after the surgery, he became depressed and realized that the world plus the people in it are
Should Charlie Have Had the Operation “ I want to be smart and I’ll try real hard”. This is Charlie Grodman he is the main character I will be talking about today. He is from the book “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes. I will tell you why he should of had the operation. I think that it was substantial for him to get a taste of being normal.
Charlie did not even benefit that well from being a test subject in the experiment. Similarly, the treatment of Charlie was not very ethical because he was not treated specially for his mental state of disability. Lastly, this surgery did not provide enough benefits to even dent the weight of his unethical death. In the story Charlie was used because of his inferior intelligence and not treated well enough as he should have which led to his wrongful death. This story was fictional, but the use and abuse of human test subjects is
Think about what it would be like if you could make yourself three times smarter. Charlie Gordon did from “Flowers for Algernon” did. Charlie Gordon is a thirty seven year old man with an IQ of only sixty eight. This means he is very unintelligent. He got a controversial brain surgery tripling his intelligence.
He also became bitter which made him all alone without friends or family at the end of the story. The surgery was a disturbing encounter physical and intellectually and just caused Charlie to feel isolated. If the knowledge was permanent the surgery could have
Charlie was a man young aged at thirty-seven with an IQ score of sixty-eight. All he wanted was to be intelligent. Charlie finally got this opportunity when two doctors decided he was a perfect candidate for a surgery that would greatly improve his intelligence. However, Charlie Gordon's doctors did not act ethically when they performed the surgery
There is an important theme in the story Flowers for Algernon By Daniel Keyes. It is a fiction novel about a thirty year old man who has been battling to overcome an intellectual deficit all of his life and has an opportunity to become more intelligent than he ever had imagined through an experimental operation. He takes the opportunity and in a few weeks he becomes a genius for a short time before his itelligence receded as fast as it increased. The author includes many important themes throughout the passage. Daniel Keyes develops the theme that intelligence doesn’t affect who you truly are through Charlie’s experiences both before and after the operation.