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Given John's dislike of Gravesend Acadamy, which expelled Owen, how was it interesting that he later taught an an acadamy in Toronto? |

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John's position as an instructor at a private school in Toronto is ironic, given his dissatisfaction with his experiences at Gravesend Academy. John dislikes almost everything connected with Gravesend: most of his fellow students, the instructors, the quality of education he receives, the extracurricular activities, the attitude toward life exhibited by the school's philosophy and purpose. Given what he perceived as being a long string of bad experiences connected with that exclusive and closed existence, the fact that John finds himself, as an adult, employed by a private school as a teacher must have given him pause. Hopefully he found ways to relate to his students that allowed him to provide a different type of educational experience for them.

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