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    Post Rendering

    This line "Later he explaned to me their mussent be any publisity" is from Flowers For Algernon BY kEYES. Please help me to render it.


    Later he explained to me their mussent be any publicity.

    I don't the word "mussent". Please write the actualy word. THANKS

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    Re: Rendering

    Later he explained to me there mustn't (must not) be any publicity.

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    Re: Rendering

    It must be noted that in this work, Keyes' spelling style was to show the effects of expermental surgery on the central character, Charlie, who was retarded.

    The spelling is non-standard and used for effect only.

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