Flowers for Algernon Storyboard
This storyboard is motif. The motif of the book is that Charlie Gordon is trying to find out who he is and is confused a lot of the time.
Charlie Gordon has figured out that back when he worked at the bakery, most of the workers made fun of him. He is perplexed and confused and not quite sure what to do.
I'm so lonely! Why am I the one without friends?
Charlie is confused about his feelings toward his old teacher and is wondering what he should do. He is trying to find himself in the mess of his feelings.
Do I have feelings for her? I'm so confused!
Algernon, the mouse that had the same surgery as Charlie, has died. His old school teacher is comforting him. Charlie has to find himself again after this tragedy.
How would I have acted?
Charlie goes to visit the home for retarded adults. He is disturbed and wonders which kind of person he would act like if he were there.
Charlie begins to deteriorate. During then he fights with many of his friends. When he isn't arguing, he spends much of his time in bed feeling sorry for himself.
When Charlie is back to how he was before the surgery, he realizes that he is perfect the way he is. He leaves a note to all of his friends and then leaves. Knowing that he has found his true self.
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