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Flowers for Algernon
Flowers For Algernon
In the novel "Flowers For Algernon" (written by Daniel Keyes), there are several different issues discussed in relation to the way developmentally handicapped individuals are seen through the eyes of more intellectual people. From the way handicapped people are treated, to the idea of surgery being preformed to help them become more intelligent, the novel touches on many significant subjects. But more importantly, the novel shows readers what life is like from the perspective of a mentally handicapped person.
One of the most important issues in this story is the brain…
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