Similarities Between "Okonkwo" and "King Lear"
The characters of "Okonkwo" and "King Lear" have similar downfalls and delusions. Both of them start out in a position of supreme authority, and are reduced to the level of a common peasant by the end of the story. The main factor that brings about their expeditious downfall is the exceedingly strong arrogance of the two characters. Through certain chains of events, this arrogance is broken and Okonkwo and King Lear become somewhat humble. These stories are perfect examples of how extreme hubris and egoism can lead to the utmost downfall of even the most powerful person.
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