Algernon, Charlie, and I: A Writer's Journey : Plus the Complete Original Short Novelette Version of "Flowers for Algernon"
In the short novelette, "Flowers for Algernon," and in the novel version that followed, author Daniel Keyes created an unlikely duo that has captured the hearts and minds of readers around the world. It is the classic story--part of which has now come true--of an experiment to increase intelligence, in which researchers first transform a laboratory mouse named Algernon into a genius. Charlie Gordon, who tells them, "I want to be smart," eagerly volunteers to follow in Algernon's four-legged footsteps through the maze of acquiring knowledge and learning about life.
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Pant One THE MAZE OF TIME 1 My Writing Cellar
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