Money was starting to flow in the village but, people weren't happy with Mr.Brown influence in their community.
Mr. Brown points to a carving and says its not a good piece of wood but Akunna agrees it is a piece of wood but created by Chukwu, neither changes but they both understand their faith.
Mr. Brown and Akunna meets to discuss their religious views, Akunna says that their is only one god; chukwu who created the world and other gods.
Mr. Brown builds a hospital.
Mr. Brown also builds a school and he beg the villagers to send their children to school.
Okonkwo chases him threats of violence.
Okonkwo, Nwoye is training college for teachers.
Mr. Browns health is begging to be bad and he has to leave
Okonkwo's return is not as memorable as he hopes, even though his daughters rouse interest among suitors. Umuofia is too busy with the changes brought by the new religion and government to pay much attention to Okonkwo's return. Okonkwo mourns for the men of Umuofia, whom he believes have become “soft like women.”