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He is regressing He is feeling suicidal
He can no longer read what he wrote He can no longer speak various languages
He sees a light at the end of a tunnel which symbolizes the death of his smart self
He is afraid of becoming slow again
He can no longer read or write them
He knows he is supposed to see something but he cannot
He knows that he is supposed to see something where as before he didn’t even know there was something
Rose got frustrated with Charlie when he couldn’t read
He is embarrassed He wants her to leave
Charlie lets Alice kiss him
He is regressing so young Charlie does not come out He is able to make love to Alice
He can’t pay attention When he wakes up he doesn’t remember where he is
He cannot believe that he wrote it
Charlie makes her leave
He does not want her to see him regress
She is Charlie’s landlady
Charlie has not gotten out of bed in weeks and she thinks he is sick
Mr. Donner gives Charlie his job back
They defend him against another co-worker who is making fun of him
He asks that flowers are put on Algernon’s grave
It is probably a little different because he has had different experiences
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