Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

Flowers for Algernon by Daniel KeyesRules, rules, rules…. Who invented them? Why should they? What kind of rules according to which “people with high morals and equally high sensitivity, never allowing itself to take advantage over a person born with no arms, legs or eyes, they are easily and thoughtlessly laugh at a man who is born without reason…”.

You come up, do follow them, getting into their cleverly placed traps. God gives man life. She’s the only one and priceless. Dispose of it we own, each in its sole discretion. What, then, God is punishing people by depriving them of reason at birth? After all, its hero, Charlie Gordon, had no opportunity to dispose of his life. Never:” I was so stupid that even didn’t understand what I’m silly. People get pretty funny when a fool does something the way they do.”

Perhaps this is why, when the operation changed his mind, he “had a ball”. Of course, it loudly. If you look, he led an ordinary life of an ordinary guy, though overgrown. It is not for us to judge: he imagines, was to look down on others, arrogant. And he just felt like a man, flawed fool, not the other clown, not an excuse for bullying, just personality.

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