Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe

A tale of two cultures in collision. The stern paternalistic traditions of a small Nigerian village with its elaborate religious rituals and harsh systems of warfare and justice are defeated by the white man’s law, education and religion. The play begins and ends with the death of Okonkwo, the great warrior, and it is the crisis points of his life which give the play its elliptic structure.

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