Worst year for Okownkwo
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Chapter 3 Connor Bordelon The worst year for Okonkwo
"In the morning he went back to his farm and saw the withering tendrils"
He made "rings of thick sisal leaves around them. But by the end of the day the sisal rings were burned." He had to "change them everyday."
"He still had the eight hundred from Nwakibie and the four hundred from his father's friend."
"Rain fell as it had never fallen before. For days and nights together it poured down in violent torrents."
Okonkwo survived the year and with that his will became stronger.
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