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Things Fall Apart

Summary: Compares the novel, Things Fall Apart by Achebe with the W.E. Yeat's poem "The Second Coming." Discusses the common themes of change, weakness and failure.
Many times change brings out the worst in people. Change requires strength and knowledge of your surroundings. If change is unwanted, it is difficult to deal with and may bring out the weaknesses within one's self. Weakness is being mentally or intellectually deficient, or lacking strength or skill. It can lead to failure. Failure can have its own definition for everyone. The lack of success, omission of occurrence or performance or a state of inability to perform a function can all be defined as failure. Sometimes the hardest part of failure is recognizing failure itself. When many occurrences of failures come together, the essentials of life fall apart. In Things Fall Apart, Achebe models W.E. Yeat's vision in the poem "The Second Coming."

The tribe becoming farther apart and widening of ideas is like the first line of the poem. Everything is spinning out of control...

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