Things Fall Apart- Explain how Okonkwos actions are motivated by fear in Things Fall Apart
<Tab/>In many works of literature, the behavior of a character or a group of characters is motivated by emotion. In Chinua Achebe's Nigerian novel, Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo is motivated by the fear.
<Tab/>Throughout Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo's actions take place because he is afraid of becoming "A Woman" like his father. Not only does he act masculine to appear manly to the villagers, he does it to satisfy his own conscious. Okonkwo portrays a short temper in this book. Small things such as his supper being late and remarks about his hunting anger him, and le…
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