My name is Okonkwo and I have fear of looking weak
P.4 Unoka was, of course, a debtor, and he owed every neighbor some money, from a few cowries to quite substantial amounts. Unokwo didn't want to look like his dad a debtor. So Okonkwo worked hard to earn money
P.24 He watched the sky all day for signs of rain clouds and lay awake all night. He had tried to protect them from the smoldering earth by making rings of thick sisal leaves around them. He was very impacient
P.32 His eldest son, Nwoye, and Ikemefuna helped him by fetching the yams in long baskets from the barn and in counting the prepared seeds in groups of four hundred.
p.36 Okonkwo asked his second wife who killed this banana tree?
P.66 I cannot understand why you refused to come with us to kill that boy.