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Conclusion - When Owen became the voice
When Owen became the voice, it can be implied that Owen had gained control over the academy. However, Owen couldn't just take control by himself. Owen needed the rest of the school, to follow his ideals. He gained recognition by writing his article on "Mystery Meat" (Irving, 288). In a sense, Owen turned them into mindless slaves that only listen to him. Owen manages to get the support he needs, and in turn Owen starts to change the school indirectly. The students were so drawn into him, that "The voice was [their] voice" (Irving, 290). As their voice, Owen had absolute control ove…
- Conclusion - When Owen became the voice
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