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Papers On Literature From Africa (Page 1)
Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” / Palm Oil &
Proverbs :
A 10 page paper analyzing the importance of the
proverbs in Chinua Achebe’s novel. The paper looks at six
critical analyses of the book and shows how the critics
support the view that the use of proverbs is integral to the
way Achebe’s characters communicate with one another.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Achebe.wps

Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” / Responsibilities Of
Citizenship :
A 10 page paper discussing citizenship and its
obligations. “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe and
“Man’s Search for Meaning” are used as the primary
reference points for the discussion. Issues of the meaning
and practice of community are also discussed. Bibliography
lists six sources. Citship.wps

Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” : This 10 page
research paper provides an examination into Chinua
Achebe’s novel, Things Fall Apart, focusing on the main
character, Okonkwo. Specifically considered in this
character evaluation is how Okonkwo demonstrates the
traditional aspects of his “ideal society,” his perceptions of
good and evil, likes and dislikes. Bibliography lists 8
sources. Cachebe.wps

Chinua Achebe’s “Things Falling Apart” : A 10 page
argumentative essay on the option lost during the change in
Ibo society of which Chinua Achebe writes. The writer
posits that the British definition of Ibo society based on the
actions of Okonkwo, cost it its identities in the justice and
spiritual realms, and that Achebe’s point was that there was
another option—the option of coexistence. Had the power
abusers not defined Ibo, the change would have been one of
acceptance of both cultures and the loss of none.
Bibliography lists 1 source. MarAche.wps.

Intercultural Communication In “Things Fall Apart” :
An 8 page paper looking at the nature of intercultural
communication in Chinua Achebe’s classic novel. The paper
defines intercultural communication as necessitating not only
a commonality of language but a commonality of viewpoint
and assumption. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Achfall.wps

Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” / Threats To Religion
& Politics :
A 5 page paper discussing Chinua Achebe’s first
novel. The writer explores whether the arrival of the white
man in what is now Nigeria was a greater threat to the
established government or religion of the villagers in the
story. This paper illustrates that the threat was greater to
religion since all political action was based on religion. No
additional sources cited. Chinua.wps

Comparison of “Things Fall Apart”, “Efuru” and “Epic of
Son-Jara (Sunjata)” :
A 6 page paper which compares three
African tribal novels -- Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart,
Flora Nwapa’s Efuru and Fa-Digi Sisoko’s Epic of Son-Jara
(Sunjata) -- to determine what they illuminate about
pre-colonial African history. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" / Okonkwo As A Tragic Hero :
In this 4 page essay, the writer describes Things Fall Apart as
"classic" in the sense that it adheres to Aristotle's definition
of a tragedy and Okonkwo presents himself as a tragic hero.
Specific examples form the story, -- including evidence of
Okonkwo's tragic flaw,-- are provided to illustrated points
made. No other sources cited. Thing2.wps

Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" / Okonkwo's Aggressive
Behavior :
The writer of this 5 page essay describes
Okonkwo as a troubled individual with deeply-repressed
feelings (particularly towards his father) who-- expresses
these feelings as anger and aggression. Okonwko has
developed a loathing for anything feminine; he is extremely
macho and expects the same of all men around him. In a
sense, he is overcompensating for his father's lack of vigor
by trying so hard to be extra "manly." These points are
argued with supporting examples from the story. No other
sources cited. Things.wps

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