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On a macroscopic point of view, one can argue that when Achebe decided to write Things Fall Apart in English he somehow intended it to teach the significance of acknowledging multiple perspectives at least as much, if not more, than by his fellow Nigerians (Achebe, 1994). His goal probably was to critique and amend the societal notion of looking at an idea through one angle. In Things, Fall Apart the author specifically deals with the subject by exploring how the prospect and reality of societal change affect a set of characters.
The tension and suspicion concerning whether transformation should be privileged over culture is given a narrow though and normally involves the notion of personal status. Taking Okonkwo, for instance, his resistance to the new religious and political orders is shallowly based since he has an opinion that they are not manly. He also feels that since the new ideologies are not as manly, they may, in the long run, make him less manly. To some extent seem may true in a nutshell but that is not the reality as the books proceeds. By analysis emphasize the fear to explore that many people normally fall prey to. The society more often than not presumes that what they hear or made to believe qualifies as the truth. The reality is that This Okonkwo’s resistance to traditional change. Likewise, it Okonkwo’s s fear of losing societal status he previously enjoyed. In other words, a feeling of self-worth which can be seen to be dependent upon a set of traditional standards through which society values or evaluates him. Sadly, he uses these fears and shallow observations to claim and justify his fears. What Chinua Achebe emphasizes is the need to look at issues from a broader angle before laying claims. Through the book, he has hinted that what is perceived by many as the truth many be far from it.
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