"flowers for algernon" describe how the author’s language choices show how charlie changes. use examples from the story to support your answer.
In "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes, the protagonist Charlie Gordon is a special needs man who agrees to undergo an experiment that is meant to increase his intelligence. The narrative is composed of Charlie's progress reports, which at first reflects his low intelligence through limited vocabulary and incorrect writing. The author's language changes according to Charlie's mental progression; his grammar and spelling improve significantly, and his vocabulary increases.
SAMPLE ANSWER: In the beginning of the story, Charlie's journal is filled with spelling mistakes, and his entries look like they were written by a young child. After his surgery, his writing slowly improves. He also starts to see and understand what is going on around him. However, even though he is becoming smarter, he also feels isolated and lonely.
it's called a epic poem i believe, hope this ☺
not concrete, existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete existence