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  • An analysis of characters from the books "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe, and "Houseboy" by Ferdinand Oyino


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ID number:977217
Published: 07.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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Okonkwo, from the novel Things Fall Apart, and Toundi, from the novel Houseboy, both held flawed ideals, which, when placed within the context of colonialism, resulted in their demise. Okonkwo held an African ideal, believing that he was an example of what real men should be like, especially when he himself delivered the death blow to Ikemefuna. Toundi held a European ideal, believing that the Europeans were perfect in their ways, especially within their nuclear families. However, in reality Okonkwo was not the man he thought he was. He had shown feelings of regret, and for a while was not…

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