Themes and Concepts in "Things Fall Apart"
One of the themes in "Things Fall Apart" is the question whether or not it is better to have change or to keep tradition. This question has various affects on all the characters. Okonkwo hates the new changes being made in government and religion. He feels that if these changes are made people will view him as being "weak." This change in Okonkwo's opinion means his fear of losing his social status in the community, which he can not let it happen to himself. However the villagers are excited and look forward to the changes in tradition. …
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