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Unformatted text preview: speaks. He is knowledgeable of the English language and can spell words aloud when they are spoken. In the novel, the Spelling Bee can be seen as educated, because he knows the words and how to spell them. However, the Spelling Bee is not truly educated because the Spelling Bee is a self-taught master and not educated by another. The King has five royal advisors that roam the streets of Dictionopolis, the city where Milo visits with Tock. The five royal advisors can be seen as truly educated because they know a lot of words and they use them often. The five royal advisors show Milo that many words that are different can mean the same thing. Educating Milo in the market is the first sign that they have shown to be truly educated....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course EDUC-X 158 taught by Professor Honeyford during the Spring '08 term at Indiana.
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