“For a life changing and ground breaking experiment!”
One of the doctors said.
I wish I could go back and tell them that I am not nominating one of my students to be experimented on like a rat. Especially not Charlie. I just wish that I wasn’t so naive. What was I expecting, to fix him? That this experiment would turn the test subject into the perfect human, a walking …show more content…
He would also point out if I did something different to my hair or wear a different shade of lipstick, he would notice and compliment me. It was lovely. I never knew I would enjoy his company as much as I did, there was just something about him, but every day as the effects of the treatment changed him more and more his happy and bubbly charm began to wear off. All of his conversations would consist of science and philosophy nothing else really interested him, he no longer noticed if I changed my shade of lipstick. It wasn 't long before he wanted to stop seeing each other because he said he could see how upset I was seeing him change that. I couldn 't help but to feel upset , but not for me, for Charlie. But when Dr Strauss informed me on how Algernon was starting to isolate himself and act more erratically I understood that this was not Charlie, Charlie Gordon has been ostracized from his mind as he has been from society. What now posses his body is not Charlie but merely a bunch of chemicals controlling him. As each day passed his eyes grew darker and darker as if all life had drained out of