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Theme 1 in "Flowers for Algernon"

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  • Q1
    Which line of text supports the theme of "ignorance is bliss"?
    “I don’t think it’s right to make you pass a test to eat.”
    “I don’t remember how the party was over but I think I went out to buy a newspaper and coffee for Joe…”
    “Im glad Im going back to work because I miss my job and my frends and all the fun we have there.”
    “She says I am a fine person and I’ll show them all.”
  • Q2
    Which line of text supports the theme of “knowledge is evil?”
    "Dr. Strauss continually reminds me of the need to speak and write simply so that people will be able to understand me."
    “Them changes. I don't know. You used to be a good, dependable, ordinary man -- not too bright maybe, but honest.”
    "I must be getting smart...But I don't feel smarter."
    "I never read such a hard book before."
  • Q3
    What is the theme of the Progress Report 9, April 20th entry?
    It’s good to have friends, but better to have best friends.
    Drinking is bad for you.
    If someone wrongs you, revenge or retaliation isn’t the answer.
    Things aren’t always as they appear.

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