Flowers for Algernon
"Flowers for Algernon" is a science fiction novel by American writer Daniel Keese, written in 1966 and won the Nebula Award. The protagonist of the novel - mentally retarded Charlie - agrees to an experimental brain surgery. His intellect begins to grow rapidly ... But can knowledge make a person happy? Do I need to have a high IQ to be a person?
Yuri Grymov: "A sensual experiment in the field of human relations. This story is not related to the achievements of science. I went away from this as much as possible, saw it lively and humane, absolutely biblical, and therefore about people and beyond time."