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Education in Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
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A five page paper looking at this book in terms of its treatment of education. The paper argues that before the British imperialists came, the members of the Ibo tribe were far from uneducated and uncivilized; they simply had devised educational and socializing methods which differed from the Western model, but which worked for them. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Moral Lessons in Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
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A five page paper looking at Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe’s work in terms of the moral lessons the reader takes away with him. The paper asserts that morality is central to literature because it allows fiction to guide us in the way we live our lives. No additional sources.
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Postcolonialism and Individual Culpability in Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
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An eight page paper looking at Chinua Achebe’s novel in terms of the author’s attitude toward the cultural clash between the British and the indigenous culture. The paper asserts that the protagonist Okonkwo symbolizes the aspects of African culture that cannot survive -- not because they are inferior, but because they inflexible and resistant to change. Bibliography lists four sources.
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Social Instability in Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
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A five page paper looking at the social forces binding the Ibo to tradition in Chinua Achebe’s acclaimed novel. The paper points out that Achebe’s insights illustrate Bronislaw Malinowski’s theories of social change. Bibliography lists four sources.
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The 'Feminine Principle' In Four Multicultural Authors
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A 6 page paper looking at the strength of the woman's perspective in four works from all over the world: James Joyce's 'Araby,' Chinua Achebe's 'Things Fall Apart,' Ding Ling's 'When I Was in Xia Village,' and Pramoedya Ananta Toer's 'Inem'. The paper concludes that of those stories discussed, the female principle is strongest in Achebe's African story because his women seem to have the strongest support system and strongest sense of self. Bibliography lists two sources.
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The Character of Okonkwo in Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”
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A five page paper looking the protagonist of this novel by Chinua Achebe in terms of the way he illustrates the plight of the Ibo culture. The paper asserts that while our own values often contrast with those of Okonkwo, we understand the poignancy of his fate. No other sources.
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The Character of Okonkwo in Chinua Achebe’s 'Things Fall Apart' Analyzed
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A 7 page character analysis of Okonkwo, the chief protagonist in Chinua Achebe’s 1959 novel, 'Things Fall Apart,' as well as a consideration of the third-person narrative structure used in the novel. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Two Views on Conservatism
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A 6 page analysis of Achebe's Things Fall Apart as understood through a perspective aided by Edmund Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France. The writer argues that although these two works deal with totally different cultures in totally different time frames, the commonality of human experience gives them quite a few points of similarity. Specifically, they both address the ramifications of rapidly cultural change and how it can be affected by conservative elements within that culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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