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About "Flowers for Algernon"
This speech was performed by Jacob Aschmutat in 2009. He is in NCFCA’s Hall of Fame and was the NCFCA Dramatic Interpretation Champion 2009.
This piece was written when the rules were slightly more lenient. The style of the Interpretation required that it be narrated from the main character’s point of view, so specific pronouns were altered.
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