Things Fall Apart (Ch. 20)

Things Fall Apart (Ch. 20)
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  • Okonkwo: When I was first exiled, all I did was plan my return to Umuofia. However, now I want to make up for the seven years that I've wasted by building a bigger compound and new huts for two new wives.
  • Even though Okonkwo was depressed with the actions of his oldest son, he is confident that his other children will not disappoint him.
  • Okonkwo: I cannot believe he is still staying with this church. 
  • Ezinma: To please father, you need to do what I am and denying marriage proposals so that I can get married in Umuofia.
  • Okonkwo is confident in his other children such as Ezinma, who is also trying to encourage Obiageli.
  • When Okonkwo returned to Umuofia, things were very different. The churches won over more converts, white men established law in Umuofia, and they built a prision for those who broke their laws. 
  • PRISON
  • LAWS: _________ ______________ _________
  • White Man: Go arrest him right now!
  • Native: Why me, you could do it yourself?
  • The white men even employ the natives as "court messengers" to do their dirty work.
  • Obierika: We haven't because we don't want white intruders to destroy our village like what happened in Abame.
  • Okonkwo: How come you didn't just try to use violence to overthrow them?
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