Literary Conflicts in Flowers for Algernon

Literary Conflicts in Flowers for Algernon
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For this StoryBoard, students will create a storyboard that details the literary conflicts in Flowers For Algernon.

Storyboard Text

  • Character vs. Character
  • Character vs. Self
  • Character vs. Socitey
  • Charlie has issues with Gimpy and Frank at the bakery. He ends up getting fired because the rest of the works feel uncomfortable with his growing intelligence.
  • Charlie has conflict with his inner child. He has been stuck in his Oedipus Complex since he was a child, and he is still struggling with the effects of it. He cannot continue to grow emotionally because he has conflict with "young Charlie".
  • Charlie has conflict with the world around him. Before his intelligence gain, he was naïve and didn't know much about what was going on. Now that he has gained this intelligence he finds it hard to relate to people and have friends. He finds it even more difficult to connect with Alice Kinnian.
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