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He proves that he can work the mixing machine
He wants his old job back
He is familiar with his old job and feels uncomfortable in his new position
He uses commas excessively
He reads a book on punctuation
He can learn quickly by reading a book
Charlie’s co-workers Befriend Charlie to make fun of him
They get him drunk and force him to dance The guys get in a circle and trip him
Grammar corrections Memories
Kids gang up on him Charlie runs back to the bakery The guys at the bakery are as mean as the children on the street Charlie goes to the back of the bakery and someone there kicks his legs out from under him
He knows that they can be cruel
Harriet and a valentine
He never got the locket back
His memory is improving
Fencers A pair of bats
He is aware that people are reading them
He is able to see images in the ink which shows that he is getting smarter
He makes them go faster
Make the rolls
He sets Charlie up so that he fails
He cannot remember the steps
He is upset and embarrassed
It indicates that something will go wrong
He asks out Alice Kinnian
He is beginning to see women sexually
Intelligent Talk about politics and religion Are from the university
Respect Charlie Listen to Charlie Speak with Charlie not at him Do not embarrass Charlie
Wants Charlie to be normal Is in denial Has brown hair
Mother – is in denial; believes Charlie is normal Father – is more accepting of Charlie’s condition; will not stand up to Rose
Mother – might make him take on challenges he is not capable of handling Father – might understand his condition and understand when people are being cruel
We realize Charlie may not be aware of his condition He may be more trusting of people because he thinks he is normal
Charlie realizes he loves Alice
He sees women as more than just friends
He associates love with blood and abuse
Gimpy is stealing money
Charlie confronts Gimpy and asks him what he would hypothetically do in this situation
He has to figure out the right thing to do
They go to Central Park When things get physical between Charlie and Alice, Charlie sees young Charlie watching them Charlie is paranoid
Charlie’s co-workers feel uncomfortable and have signed a petition asking to have him fired
He concludes the men are jealous
She says it doesn’t have to do with him
A middle-aged woman exposed herself to Charlie during a bakery delivery Then his mother yelling at him for thinking of girls in a sexual way
He realizes that professors are not necessarily “intellectual giants”
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