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Flowers for Algernon (Grade 10)

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Flowers for Algernon

1. 
What is the theme of "Flowers for Algernon" or the author's purpose in writing it?





2. 
What is the main conflict in "Flowers for Algernon?" Explain your answer.



3. 
What does it mean to "pull a Charlie Gordon?"



4. 
What is the denouement in "Flowers for Algernon?"
  1. Charlie stays smart and falls in love with Miss. Kinian.
  2. Charlie loses his intelligence but is happy that he is back to normal.
  3. Charlie moves away to start a new life.
  4. Charlie loses his intelligence and most likely dies.
5. 
Where does Flowers for Algernon take place?
  1. A laboratory.
  2. A school.
  3. A library.
  4. A hospital.
6. 
What did the people at work to do Charlie?
  1. They tricked him and said bad words to him.
  2. They taught him how to mop the toilets correctly.
  3. They invited him to a party and did bad things to him.
  4. All of the above
7. 
How do Charlie's views toward Algernon change?
  1. He starts to hate the mouse.
  2. He does not want to race with him anymore.
  3. He wants to become his friend.
  4. Both A and B
8. 
Which word(s) describe Charlie's feelings at the end of tests?
  1. Ashamed and worried
  2. Confident and satisfied
  3. Amused
  4. Happy and excited
9. 
What does Algernon do as Charlie works with pencil and paper?
  1. Solve a lock test in order to obtain his food.
  2. Observe Charlie while he draws a picture.
  3. Find his way through a realistic maze his size.
  4. Eat cheese.
10. 
Why was Charlie a good candidate for the operation?
  1. He had a high I.Q. and wanted to become even smarter.
  2. Ms.Kinnian thought that he was the best student in her class.
  3. He was eager to learn and had a good motivation.
  4. All of the above
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