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Cultural Life among the Ibo in "Things Fall Apart".
In the story, " Things Fall Apart" Chinua Achebe gave a great description and illustration of the way of life among the Ibo people. Ibo is a tribe in Africa and it is a very traditional and it doesn't believe in the creator God. The Ibo culture is a way of life for the people of the tribe and it lays guidelines for how the people should live.
In the Ibo tribe the elders was well respected. Age was respected among the people and achievements were revered. They didn't give you respect by what you achieved in life but how old you was. The oldest person in the tribe was treated with great resp…
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