Things Fall Apart
Those lines begin a poem called "The Second Coming" by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats. Chinua Achebe took his title from those lines. BUt I cite them because they offer a hint into Richard Wright's Native Son as well. In fact, these lines might be a good way to open your essay.
Analyze the conflict of both works. The conflict is derived from plot. What is happening to the protagonists, the main characters. Conflict comes in several forms, usually rendered as "man v. man," "man v. nature," "man v. society," or "man v. himself." I would suggest that both Wright and Achebe write b…
- "Things fall Apart" Short paper on the book by Chinua Achebe
- Seven page final paper analyzing and connecting Things Fall Apart, The Stranger, and Beloved together by use of theme, characterization, setting, conflict, and point of view.
- Things Fall Apart
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