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Things fall apart

Author: Chinua Achebe; Uche Okeke
Publisher: London : Heinemann, 1986, ©1958.
Series: African writers series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edition [1986]View all editions and formats
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The story of Chinua Achebe's novel Things Fall Apart takes place in the Nigerian village of Umuofia in the late 1880s, before missionaries and other outsiders have arrived. The Ibo clan practices common tribal traditions - worship of gods, sacrifice, communal living, war, and magic. Leadership is based on a man's personal worth and his contribution to the good of the tribe. Okonkwo stands out as a great leader of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Belletristische Darstellung
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Achebe, Chinua.
Things fall apart.
London : Heinemann, 1986, ©1958
(OCoLC)895010414
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chinua Achebe; Uche Okeke
ISBN: 0435905260 9780435905262 9780435909888 0435909886
OCLC Number: 5525007
Notes: Originally published by Willial Heinemann Ltd., 1958. originally published in Africa Writers Series as AWS 1, in 1962.
Description: 150 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Series Title: African writers series.
Responsibility: Chinua Achebe ; illustrated by Uche Okeke.

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The story of Okonkwo, an important man in the Obi tribe, in the days when white men were first appearing on the scene. This novel tells of the series of events by which Okonkwo, through his pride and  Read more...

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