What circumstances improve the relationship that Anowa has with Badua and Osam? How do they contribute to its destruction?
Why is it that Badua feels a strong need for her daughter to marry, a man of her choosing?
How is the importance of tribe elders established, even in the prologue of the story?
How is Anowa introduced to the reader? Is she presented in a negative light? Positive light? Is there any foreshadowing in her introduction?
Anowa's character is clearly a vehicle for a different kind of thinking. Which way of thinking is represented with Anowa's character? And what is the purpose for presenting this way of thinking as such?
How is Kofi Ako's character deceiving? What is it that Kofi Ako embodies and how does he differ from the embodiment that is, Anowa?
Men appear to be more sympathetic to Anowa's situation even from the very beginning...
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