Giving specific examples from the text, discuss the dominant aspects of post-colonial literature that are evident in "Things Fall Apart."
Discuss the roles of Joseph and Christopher in the novel, with specific reference to the role of Christopher as a foil to Obi.
To what extent does Obi's "coming of age" experience reflect the dilemma of the young generation trapped between traditional and modern cultures?
What are the major techniques used by Achebe to create an authentic Nigerian setting for the novel?
Write a character sketch of Clara and outline the role of her relationship with Obi in his downfall.
Using specific examples, describe how the author introduces and develops family relationships as a major theme in the novel.
Referring to Obi's relationship with Christopher, Clara and his parents, discuss the role of conflict in the novel.
How is the theme of corruption introduced and developed in the...
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