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Format The test has multiple choice and essay (Open Ended Response) questions. Todays review will be similar – but not identical – to Tuesdays test. TAKE NOTES on the things you dont already know or may forget!
What is the format of Flowers for Algernon? For example, is it written like a poem, a play, a letter, etc.?
What would you say is Charlie Gordons main problem in life? In Charlies diary (progress reports), what evidence is there of this problem?
When Charlie first tries the Rorschach inkblot tests, they appear to be: useless helpful funny easy
In the beginning of Flowers for Algernon, does Charlie know his own condition? Who is Algernon?
Making Charlie race Algernon in the mazes tells us the doctors can be which? funny or cruel Before his operation, what is Charlies relationship with Miss Kinnian like?
How does Charlie feel going into his operation? How do we get to know the personalities of the other characters?
Who is nicer to Charlie: Dr. Strauss or Dr. Nemur? What is Dr. Nemurs main flaw in how he approaches his work? (remember the argument between the two doctors)
How do we come to realize Charlies operation succeeded? Why does Charlie lose his job at the factory?
How does Charlie find out the results of the operation are temporary?
Which of these statements better reflects the theme of Flowers for Algernon? 1. Science and technology promise unlimited benefits for humanitys future. -OR- 2. For every benefit of science and technology, there can be an unexpected drawback.
What does tangible mean? What does illiteracy mean? Is psyciatrist spelled right? How about psycology? Psychic? Pseudonym?
After the operation, is there a difference in Charlies personality? If so, is it for the better or worse?
How was the first-person point of view effective in conveying Charlies thoughts and feelings? Would it be more effective if told from a different point of view?