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In this novel, Flowers for Algernon, compiled by Daniel Keyes, a guy named Charlie Gordon comes with an procedure done to improve his intelligence. He began as a retarded guy and gradually became a genius mentally. He seemed to absorb information just like a sponge and he could find out the most complex scientific formulas. The only issue with the procedure is that it generally does not last permanently and in his staying time he tries to determine why it isn't permanent. He shall ultimately lose everything he discovered and be worse off than when he started, so Charlie was better off before the procedure was had by him. Before Charlie had the procedure preformed on him, he previously friends at the bakery he worked at. These were not really his close friends because they often made jokes about Charlie, but he had not been smart enough to recognize it. As he gets smarter he loses his close friends because they think he's just trying to do something smart. ?This cleverness has powered a wedge between me and all of the social people I understood and loved, driven me out from the bakery. Today, I?m more by itself than previously.? (75). This estimate expla...