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I'm converting to Christianity!
Mother, Bring everyone and come with me to be a Christian
I saw my father for the first time since the death of Ikemefuna, and I was scarred for life, so I snuck out. "But the boy was afraid of him and slipped out of the hut as soon as he noticed him dozing." pg. 63
After seeing my father, I decided to get back at him by converting to Christianity for good and going to be a part of the missionaries. "Nwoye did not fully understand. But he was happy to leave his father." pg. 152
I CANT BELIEVE NWOYE!!!!
Now that I am free from my father, I knew I had to do something about my mother, brothers, and sisters. "He would return later to his mother and his brothers and sisters and convert them to the new faith." pg. 152
Come with me mother
My father had seen what I had done as a sin, but I saw it as me becoming a better person and me being independent. “Now that he had time to think of it, his son’s crime stood out in its stark enormity“
My father, more like a flame, building up energy and tearing people down with that energy coated him in the long run, where as my grandfather Unoka, someone who I want to be like, was more worried about the simple things in life & not being so much of a harsh leader. “Nwoye resembled his grandfather, Unoka, who was Okonkwo’s father. He pushed the thought out of his mind. He, Okonkwo, was called a flaming fire.”
My father being very unhappy with me, everything worked out and I had been wanting to convert everyone from our village to Christianity, so I started to help with coverting Nneka. “when they found she had fled to join the Christians. It was a good riddance.”
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