Now, this is the point in the story where things start to go downhill when Charlie finds out that, like Algernon, he will begin showing rapid mental deterioration. He's is also sad about the fact at his report discredits doctors Nemur and Strauss due to the Algernon-Gordon effect. (Algernon-Gordon effect- rapid mental deterioration after surgery to increase intellect)
by all indications, my own mental deterioration will be very rapid. (pg. 15)
Algernon's death is charlie's breaking point. He's becoming increasingly emotional, extreme decrease in his intellect, and is cutting himself off from the people he knows.
(what I think he would say) Come on Charlie, open up. Please, just talk to me.
Go away, Dr. Strauss! (sob, sob) (pg. 19)
Now Charlie is desperate to hold on to what knowledge he still has but is sadly trying to make even Mrs. Kinnian go away which is probably the one person in the world he truly cares for.
I was looking at some of my old progress reports and its very funny but I cant read what I wrote. Please...please let me not forget how to read and write...
And lastly, Resolution
His final act in New York; the incident in Mrs. Kinnian's class where Charlie went in like he was a student because he forgot that he no longer went to the school which made her run out crying. And now, so he doesn't let people feel sorry for him anymore and so he can get a fresh start, Charlie leaves New York for good.
Goodbye Miss Kinnian and Dr Strauss and everybody.