The Destruction of an African Culture

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History

 

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Isidro S

 

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May 24, 2015

 

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University

 

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Court messengers, clerks and even teachers arose from the educated. The schools expanded in other regions also bringing with them the church and religion. Since faith was the foundation of their education, those who attended the school were taught the way of the white man, including their beliefs, which helped to spread this new form of religion - Christianity...
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A certain stability was also derived from this new education. "If Umuofia failed to send her children to the school, strangers would come from other places to rule them." (Achebe, p181) Knowledge gained would help the people protect themselves against any outsiders. It would give them a better understanding on how to defend themselves both physically and as a people...
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