Character Sketch of Okonkwo in "Things Fall Apart"
"Things Fall Apart" is a tragic novel, which is set in the Igbo community of Africa. Chinua Achebe, who is the author of this novel, portrays how an ambitious, well known, and respected African, Okonkwo, life falls apart. He was a man with great intensity and personality. He had accomplished his goal to become rich and famous and committed suicide after things in his life wasn't going all right.
Okonkwo was a farmer and he was well know throughout the nine villages and even beyond. He was tall and huge, and his bushy eyebrows and wide nose gave him a very severe look. His father was Unoka…
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