Things Fall Apart, Achebe's Odyssey
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May 30, 2017
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In his view, the showing of emotion was even a sign of weakness. He, "never showed any emotion openly, unless it be the emotion of anger" (p. 28). The fear of being perceived as weak was paramount in his life, to the point where he would not allow himself to show emotion. Instead, he did all he could to distinguish himself from his clansmen by portraying himself as a vigorous, brutal man...
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Instead, he did all he could to distinguish himself from his clansmen by portraying himself as a vigorous, brutal man.
His motivation to succeed in his clan was rooted in his anxieties over weakness and failure. His actions were driven by fear. He does not allow himself to show any emotion other than anger...
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