The surgery proves to be a success and Charlie becomes a genius. After the experiment, Charlie begins to experience many problems caused by his increased intelligence. The book concludes with Charlie writing a report called Algernon-Gordon effect and reverting back to his original intelligence. Charlie wants to be smarter because, “If your
I think that Charlie should have the surgery because of these 3 reasons, he is super smart, he realizes a lot more things in life , and that he can power through depression. The first reason that Charlie should have the surgery is that he is
Nobody lives happily ever after, but the story impacts people in a way that fairy tales don't. It shows as the reality of people, how others treat people that are different and life in general. If Charlie was a real person I would tell him he needs to get the operation, based on what I know. He deserved to feel like a normal person, and if by any chance he could get that I would tell him to jump at the first sign of hope. So yes, if he had the operation, he could finally pursue his dreams, know what people think of them and why they think that way, and lastly, realizing that he loved Ms. Kinnian.
Charlie should not have gotten the surgery because his intelligence gained from the operation is not permanent this causes him serious pain. When he has had the surgery, he may die this affects Charlie greatly he also gets suicidal thoughts. Lastly,Charlie has no friends or family towards the end and the surgery causes all these problems for Charlie. This story is about a person named Charlie, who has a learning disability and has had surgery to fix this and allow him to become smarter, but with this, he gets many dreadful side effects. The treatment was an unsatisfactory idea and Charlie should not have the opportunity to get surgery how would he know if it is a effective idea or not.
Although the operation done on Charlie was not a success, it still improved Charlie’s life for the better. The operation gave him a stronger EQ as well as a much more positive mindset and goal in life. He was also given an option to take the surgery, by Dr. Nemur and Dr. Strauss. That is why the surgery used to triple Charlie’s IQ is ethical. “204” Charlie sees everything in a new light.
Charlie’s abuser happens to be his favorite Aunt Helen. All this time he felt guilt that she died in a car crash when driving to get his Christmas present, she died getting the present which belonged to him and so he blames himself for killing her. The plot also proceeds into many different directions like with Charlie’s sister Candace and her abusive relationship with her boyfriend which leads to a stronger bond between both Charlie and Candace. Along with Charlie’s good friend Patrick and his secret relationship with the high school’s jock, Brad. However the plot in the movie is much more generalized than in the
Throughout the story, the readers watch how Charlie is able to find himself and break out of his quiet shell with the recognition his friends give him. Charlie has his first kiss and girlfriend, gets high at a party, is the lead actor in a group performance of ''The Rocky Horror Picture Show'' and even stands straight up on his feet in fast moving car. These are normally not what a person who keeps to himself would do. With this in mind, we can see how Charlie's personal identity develops from the kid on the sidelines to the kid in the spotlight,
Charlie is picked to have an experimental surgery that will make him become more intelligent. After the surgery, Charlie becomes smart extremely quickly and learns many things such as how to read and write properly, how his friends were making fun of him, also finds out he is in love with Ms. Kinnian and became friends with a mouse named Algernon, who also had the surgery
There was only one thing wrong with him-he was "mentally retarded." All Charlie wanted was to be smart, he had an IQ of 68. Charlie Gordon's doctors didn’t act ethically. Charlie Gordon's doctors did not act ethically because they didn’t tell Charlie any side effects of the surgery, Charlie ended up learning a major side effect of the surgery which he found out was death, he only found out because a Algernon who also was test died from the surgery. The doctors hadn't even been thought the Algernon's test before they started on Charlie they weren't thinking about Charlie because they were thinking about themselves.
This part is become interesting for me because Charlie was a kind of shy person and this is his first date ever and a girl who date him is something different for the other girls so I think it is more challenged to Charlie. I can’t figure it out how Charlie deal with this so I become interested what happens next and read more. The way it is written was amazing because it is in form of letter then every event in the story didn’t write direct or on point, you need to think deeper meaning of it. I enjoy reading this book and other can enjoy it because it is mix emotion felt