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"Things fall apart" by Chinua Achebe.
Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" deals with societal changes and how they affect individuals. Resistance to change and the harm such resistance does to people collectively serve as the novel's theme. To support this theme, Achebe relies heavily on characterization, constantly focusing on how Okonkwo's stubbornness slowly destroys him. The author also concentrates on two separate conflicts: that between Okonkwo and the changes occurring around him and that between the Umuofia clan and the Christian missionaries who come to the village. Under attack by the missionaries, the traditiona…
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