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"Okonkwo was well know throughout the nine villages and even beyond. As a young man he brought fame to his village by throwing down the great wrestler, Amelize the Cat." (Achebe, 3) The book also uses a simile at this point, "Okonkwo was as slippery as a fish in water." (3) This gives the reader a message that they understand...
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It tells us just how good Okonkwo was at wrestling. Again the book uses a simile to describe Okonkwo's character, "Okonkwo's fame had grown like a bush-fire in the harmattan." (3) This tells the reader that Okonkow is well respected for his hard earned achievements. Achebe has now given us the key clues to Okonkwo being the tragic hero of the story...
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