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Things Fall Apart

In the story of things fall apart, why do many in umuofia feel differently from okonkwo about the white mans “new dispensation”? In what ways do “religion and education” go “hand in hand” in strengthen the “white mans medicine”? Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is one of the few texts dealing with Africa and colonialism […]
Achebe’s novel and masterpiece has its setting in the Igbo homeland, southeastern of Nigeria. Chinua Achebe did the novel setting in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. Achebe provides a vivid and affectionate description surrounding the Ibo clan culture. The novel also centralizes much of its focus on the life of Ibo’s most respected leader, […]
The chapter one of across the bridge brings out the issue of reflection of Igbo society.It speaks of the traditions of the Igbo people that they observed. The traditions portrayed are story telling culture, which are an essential part of the night with parents narrating funny or educative stories to their children or grandchildren. The […]
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