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No Biting was created in 1993.
Biting Tongues ended in 1989.
No-Biting makes your mouth germs into the person your bitings arm
More than likely bed bugs are biting you.
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charlie is a mouse and algernon is a human No! Algernon is the mouse. Charlie Gordon is the human and narrator of the story.
Charlie considered Algernon a friend, but the fate of Algernon would also determine the fate of Charlie.
Charlie put his mother's locket in with Algernon.
To test on the maze
They run mazes.
It is written from the perspective of Charlie in first person
Algernon was a mouse they did an operation on, just like Charlie had an operation. They had the dame operation.
As Algernon and Charlie undergo the same operation and the same testing, Algernon's developments are good predictors of Charlie's near future. When Algernon begins to lose his intelligence, it is a chilling indication that Charlie's own mental gains will be short-lived. Algernon also symbolizes Charlie's status as a subject of the scientists: locked in a cage and forced to run through mazes at the scientists' whim, Algernon is allowed no dignity and no individuality. Charlie's freeing of Algernon from his cage and simultaneous decision to abandon the laboratory makes Algernon's physical liberation a symbol of, and a precursor to, his own emotional independence.
because that Algernon took the same operation as charlie so whatever happen to Algernon it will happen to charlieThe story is named Flowers For Algernon, because at the end the mouse, Algernon, dies and Charlie puts flowers on Algernon's grave.
no he is a white smart mouse that beats charlie at races
no he tricks charlie