A mentally challenged man named Charlie Gordon had a surgery to improve his level of smartness, but the consequences were horrible. In the story “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes Charlie has abounding amount of abominable outcomes from the surgery. One effect of the surgery Charlie apprehended his social conflicts. Secondly, to help people overcome their mental illness, Charlie became the doctors experiment. Finally, Charlie comprehended that the operation had back failed once he became brilliant.
It would help kids and their parents majorly. In The book "The Bloody Souvenir" by Jack Gantos, Jack did not like to tell the truth and learns that he should be honest because the conflict will just get worse when people aren 't honest. The short story "Too many Tamales" by Gary Soto describes the story of a girl named Maria who didn 't ask her mom where a ring is, so she had to rip open the tamales because she thought that the ring was inside one of the tamales, and remake them. Both stories tell that kids and adults should not keep secrets and tell the truth. Analyzing theme is important because it may have an important lesson that will help life and teach readers something to resolve a problem or conflict.
Hanna Mann 16 September, 2015 Period Three Fatal Mistake Have you ever had the option of doing something that can change your life forever? In Daniel Keyes “Flowers for Algernon” a 39 year old man named Charlie Gordon takes the risk of receiving a life changing surgery to increase his IQ of 68. Charlie Gordon should not have been susceptible to the surgery because he becomes an outcast to society, his sensitivity to others alters and the repercussion of his life is at risk. First, after the surgery Charlie is unwanted around others, he has no one around him that is willing to support and listen to what has happened. Charlie feels lonely, unfortunately he does not have family that can help him.
Joseph said the cold words to refused Harriet. Even know this is Joseph's talking style, but the words still mad Harriet feel bad. Finally, after the baby arrived the Fringes , Harriet died in an unclear reason. In conclusion, the lessons from " The Chrysalids" is people always have to think before to talk because David and Joseph get into the troubles by a flippant sentence, the promise and the refused. Don't be too strict on the point of view, the science explains the world better and always have to think before to talk are the lessons from "The Chrysalids".
What can happen to the rest of one's emotions once a survival instinct takes over is astonishing. Eliezer’s sick father, Shlomo, was the only link he had back into his past, his good life. Also Shlomo was a burden to Elie. Whenever Elie started admitting that his father was a burden, he caught himself and stopped because he felt ashamed and guilty. When his father finally died of Dysentery, Elie found himself doing the unthinkable, he had abandoned his father like the Rabbi’s son did to him.
These rumors were a threat to what she has created in order to help her with the chaos in her life. Although she tried to build a new life with Stella, Stanley never gave in to her act and was constantly suspicious of her actions. Stanley's constant investigations and interrogations on Blanche’s old life. This is a representation of reality is starting to creep in of Blanche's newly created life. From the beginning Stanley has doubted Blanche, this is seen as he went through Blanche's things with Stella, questioning her belongings, “has she got this stuff out of teacher's pay?”(2.33).
Yesterday was just a remarkable day, when I picked him up from school yesterday he was so proud of him, he explained how he made a 100 on his AR test! Then as he was brushing his teeth last night before bed I asked him to brush his teeth before bed, I went in there to see what the hold up was and he was in the mirror saying the rosary in the mirrior. He is just growing in every facet to make him a wonderfully well rounded person, spiritually as well as educationally. Mrs. Mullett is a wonderful teacher; not enough adjectives to express how happy Braelen is to be in here class. Not to mention how blessed I am he has another fantastic
The trouble was I’d been finding that door my own self because I got scared of being lost so long and went to hollering so they could track me” (Kesey 132). As readers have seen in the past, the fog is known to hinder Bromden’s ability to remember events from the past. On page 130, it is evident that when Bromden finally gains an understanding of the fog machine’s purpose, he is able to remember a huge part of his early life that he had forgotten about while undergoing treatment by Nurse Ratched. A few pages later, the analogous shift in Bromden’s confidence is seen with the lack of fog, as he finally realizes that he is capable of resisting the
Throughout her research, she realizes that we, as human, do not simultaneously do activities but switch between two activities, which make multitasking actually multishifting. She then comes to the conclusion that multitasking seems more fun, but only increases our levels of anxiety and
Conrad takes the blame for not saving his brother Buck, which causes him to feel insecure about who he has become and the mistakes he made. Second, Conrad feels insecure about how looks on the first day back to school after his suicide attempt. In the start of Ordinary People, Conrad starts recovering from the hospital and his suicide attempt. “His, face, is plagued with a weird, constantly erupting rash. This is not acne, the assured him, what it was, they were never able to discover.