Question: English & Literature

In Things Fall Apart, when does silence occur and what does it mean?
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It occurs many times throughout the novel. One particular instance is when Unoka goes into the woods and takes his flute. It is said that there was a profound silence. This means that the community feels his loss, but at the same time, they are greatful that the noise has stopped.

MHood2 | 740 days ago