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Book Review of "Things Fall Apart"

Summary: A review of the novel "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe.
"His life had been ruled by a great passion-to become one of the lords of the clan. That had been his life-spring. And he had all but achieved it. Then everything had broken."(pg. 131) This quote describes how Okonkwo dreamed and was driven to become one of the "lords" of the clan and that when he was coming close to achieving his goal, his life went up in flames right before his own eyes. Okonkwo was one of the greatest warriors in the history of the ibo tribe and was also a famed wrestler in surrounding villages.

Ever since Okonkwo had turned the age of eighteen, he had been well known throughout many different villages for his amazing feat of defeating the once considered unbeatable wrestler named Amalinze. That was the first of numerous occasions when Okonkwo had brought great pride to his tribe...

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