Compare and Contrast Things Fall Apart and Efuru

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American History

 

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Beth R

 

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October 26, 2011

 

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University

 

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The men in this group were powerful whereas they controlled everything. The men would take several wives and treated each as possessions. The women's primary role was to give birth, care for the men and remain silent. This reminds me of the old cliche of "children are to be seen and not heard". The main character Okonkwo was viewed by his group as a strong, firm, and ridged individual...
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However, they did not see his inner being which was quite the contrary. Okonkwo had a fear that overwhelmed every aspect of his life. This fear was the thought of being like his father; who in his eyes was a failure and disgrace to the community. Unoka (father) played a flute and borrowed money from many people in the community; and cared less when or if he would ever pay it back...
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