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Blumen für Algernon - Eva-Maria Burgerer, Daniel Keyes
Blumen für Algernon
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9783608937824 (360893782X)
ASIN: 360893782X
Publisher: Klett-Cotta
Pages no: 300
Edition language: Deutsch
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4.0 The Relation Between "Flowers for Algernon" and "All Summer in a Day"
Desire, it controls us in many ways. It has even led people to go to war with each other for wanting land a power. In “Flowers for Algernon” Charlie Gordon a 32 year old has a desire to become intelligent. He undergoes surgery to enhance his intelligence. In “All Summer in a Day” Margot’s classmate...
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4.0 A Classic Meant To Be Read By Everyone.
There are books that are recommended its a must read before we die. Flowers for Algernon is one of those books everyone should read. When I pick this up, I never thought it would change the way I view how people are in their own state through a perspective of intelligence. This truly change my way o...
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it
3.0 What if an operation could make you a genius?
Well, I finished. The book was fascinating. To see the changes in Charlie as he goes from being intellectually disabled with an IQ of around 70, to a genius. His different emotions and experiences are portrayed beautifully by the author. As a reader, we see the changes in the language Charlie uses i...
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5.0 I finally read this
And I'm just sorry I waited so long to read this book. I'd skipped over it on sale a couple times, because the movie left me feeing melancholy. Despite the ending, which I remembered as depressing, I felt buoyant after reading this book: there's something about finishing something truly spectacula...
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4.0 Flowers for Algernon
Finished reading Flowers for Algernon sobbing like someone had died, dammit. Stylistically not my favorite but so well thought out it doesn't really matter.
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