Third, his aunt is the only relative of his that gives him two gifts for Christmas. Fourth, Charlie acts like the abuse never even happened because of the compassion from Aunt Helen. And the process restarts from that. Charlie couldn't find a way out of the relationship because he kept receiving gifts, acted like nothing happened, and showed compassion toward Aunt
Even after his death Charlie continued being subject of controversy. His body was stolen from his grave and was not found until three months later. The responsible were arrested. Despite all the controversy Charlie Chaplin was considered one of the most important figures in the history of the film industry and through his acting he was able to show a positive side of a chaotic
Charlie began to weep as she thought of her father and John both perishing in the blaze she started. Charlie had passed out after crying for a few hours, after all burning down and utterly destroying a whole government compound took a lot of stress on the mind. As Charlie’s consciousness diminished John’s came back to him. John’s left leg had been severed at the knee by a 30,000 degree burning wooden beam and had miraculously avoided any other damages from the hell blaze. John had unconsciously
Charlie doesn’t want that to happen to him, but he knows it is inevitable. It is very hard to live with forgetfulness, impaired motor activity, depression, and a low IQ without any help. He has to go through the pain of knowing that the temporary intelligence he had received was all going to leave him. Charlie also does not have a stable income so it would be hard for him to learn more through an adult school like Miss Kinnian’s. By comparing Charlie’s mental state before and after the experiment, one can easily see that he was much more mentally stable before the
There is a lot of evidence that Charlie will die. This is shown because Algernon went through the same side effects and died. Charlie also understands this and he writes ’Everyone identifies me with Algernon in a way we’re both the first of our kind.’ This shows that because of the relation towards the surgery they will come out with the same result and that means that Charlie will also die. During the end of the story, Charlie understands that he will most likely die from the surgery also because he has been through the same side effects and surgery as Algernon, he died and this shows that Charlie will do the same Charlie explains that ’ guess the same thing is or will soon be happening to me’ this proves that he will die because Charlie is smart enough to know what will be happening to himself because his IQ is about 200 and he is very smart so his prediction must be correct. To conclude Charlie will die from the surgery and it was not right to risk his life like this.
His father was abusive to his mother, and his parents had serious problems in which they would take out on each other verbally and physically in front of their children, and sometimes on the children. This kind of childhood caused each of them to have their own problems to work out as well, and as they grew older they started to find their own ways to escape their painful lives physically and
Through the following weeks after Charlie is bit, Algernon begins to ail some of his test and Charlie knows that means the operation did not last. Algernon dies a while later and Charlie is determined to research the cause of his death until he cannot anymore. During his research Charlie's intelligence once again starts deteriorating. Charlie begins to become more like he used to be, less intelligent. Charlie loses hope of becoming intelligent permanently and decides he cannot stay in this city, not with all of these doctors he was to embarrassed to even talk
In the book, Charlie writes letters about his life to an unknown person. In the letters, he talks about his fear of going to highschool, and how he is struggling with some things that happened to him in the past. The year before, Charlie 's best and only friend from middle-school, Michael, commited suicide. During his early childhood, he also lost his favourite aunt Helen. It becomes quite clear
Sonny feels like his brother is only upset with him because he chose a different path than him but the real reason was that he was abusing drugs. After finally meeting in the middle Sonny realizes why his brother may have been so hard on him and both Sonny and his brother find a new respect for one
After the narrator finds out about Charlie’s death, she is hysterically crying about his death (19-20). Her father then offers her alcohol to stop the pain, and by doing this and not talking about the conflict, Charlie committing suicide, the conflict just goes unresolved for the narrator (20). The narrator begins to build up intrapersonal conflict because she is just drinking the pain away, but in reality the internal conflict of Charlie killing himself is still there for the narrator. She does not express her feeling much except for when Charlie died. For example, when she is on the phone with Jeremy she claims that she is forced to go to the funeral, but she actually wants to go (20-21).