Significance Of Charlie Gordon In Flowers For Algernon

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Response to Literature Charlie Gordon was the main character in “Flowers For Algernon”. The author Daniel Keyes portrays him as a brave, honest, and outgoing person who tries to get through life while living with his disability of a low IQ. Charlie loves his work at a box factory where he thinks all his friends love him, but really they take advantage of his disability and he will later figure that out while he goes through surgery that ends up tripling his IQ. Charlie Gordon is very persistent and outgoing to go through surgery and want to become as smart as normal people. Charlie Gordon is very persistent in trying to become smart. He goes to an adult class where a teacher by the name of Miss Kinnian, helps Charlie learn. In the story
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