Things Fall Apart Essay | A Review of the Book "Things Fall Apart"

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A Review of the Book "Things Fall Apart"

Summary: Essay is a review of the book "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe.
In the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, there were many characters who were crucial to the story. The most important character was Okonkwo, who was a well known wrestler and warrior, had three wives and their children, and did not show emotion well. Another important character was Okonkwo's father, Unoka. Unoka was thought of as a failure, lazy, and in debt. Okonkwo was very ashamed of his father, and his motivation to become a great man was to be everything his father was not. There was one wife and daughter who were mentioned more often than the other two wives and most of the children. Ekwefi was the mother, and Ezinma was the daughter who Okonkwo was very fond of. The other child that was important was Nyole, who was the oldest son. He was thought of as a woman...

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