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The Role of Women in "Things Fall Apart", by Chinua Achebe.
Woman of Umuofia.
In the novel, "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe, the arrival of the white man, changes the society of the Ibo people. The Ibo culture is very simple, and may seem silly, but is justified by them. They have a social class order and women are never part of it. The women in Ibo society are dominated by the men. The main character Okonkwo, struggles throughout the novel with himself and the fear of being portrayed as womanly, for this is a sign of weakness in the Ibo civilization.
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