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Response essay to the short story: Flowers for Algernon, about a mentally retarded 37-year-old.
Flowers for Algernon has several conflicts, which can be classified into 3 categories; protagonist versus nature, protagonist versus self, and protagonist versus society.
Protagonist versus nature is Charlie trying to increase his natural IQ of 68 and suppress the effects which would occur naturally as seen in Algernon. The mental regression which could be seen in Algernon, on which the operation was performed earlier, is what Charlie is trying to battle by "[practising] very hard", though his mental regression is inevitable.
Protagonist versus self can be seen in Charlie's battle to forge…
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