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Distinguish Between Narration (Who Speaks) and Focalization (Who Sees) in at Least One Passage of Things Fall Apart, and Detail Ways in Which They May Interact or Overlap. Essay

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  • on October 1, 2012
  • Category: English
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Things Fall Apart




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Chinua Achebe
1958
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KEY LITERARY ELEMENTS


SETTING

The novel is set during the late 1800s/early 1900s in a small village called Umuofia situated in the southeastern part of Nigeria. The time period is important, as it was a period in colonial history when the British were expanding their influence in Africa, economically, culturally, and politically. Umuofia is an Igbo village with very well defined traditions. It is a village that is respected by those around it ……


LIST OF CHARACTERS

Major Characters
Okonkwo - The hardy and ambitious leader of the Igbo community. He is a farmer as well as a wrestler, who has earned fame and brought honor to his village by overthrowing Amalinze in a…..

Obierika - Okonkwo’s close friend, he helps him with the crops during his period of exile, and keeps him informed of the radical changes taking place in the village. He is a……

Ekwefi - Okonkwo’s second wife, she is the mother of Ezinma, her only……

Ezinma - Ekwefi and Okonkwo’s daughter, she is born after many miscarriages and is loved and pampered by her mother.   She has a special relationship with Chielo, the woman who acts as the voice of Agbala, the Oracle. Okonkwo is fond of her and often wishes that ‘she were a boy.’

Nwoye - Okonkwo’s son from his first wife. He is a sensitive young man who, much…..

Ikemefuna - A boy who is bought as hostage from Mbaino, and who lives with Okonkwo...

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