Who came to visit Okonkwo during his second year of exile and why?
Why does Obierika visit Okonkwo in exile?
Summary: Chapter 16 He has decided to visit Okonkwo because he has seen Nwoye with some of the Christian missionaries who have arrived. Most of the other converts, Obierika finds, have been efulefu, men who hold no status and who are generally ignored by the clan.
Why does Obierika go to visit Okonkwo a second time two years after the first?
Why does Obierika go to visit Okonkwo a second time, two years after the first visit? He had seen Okonkwo’s son Nwoye among the missionaries.
Where did Okonkwo go when he was exiled?
Because killing a clansman is a crime against the earth goddess, Okonkwo must take his family into exile for seven years in order to atone. He gathers his most valuable belongings and takes his family to his mother’s natal village, Mbanta.
How does Okonkwo accidentally kill Ezeudu’s son?
The men beat drums and fire their guns. Okonkwo’s gun accidentally goes off and kills Ezeudu’s sixteen-year-old son.
When did Okonkwo kill Ezeudu’s son?
How are the ramifications of this boy’s death different from those of Ikemefuna’s killing?2018年9月3日
Does Okonkwo regret killing ikemefuna?
After killing Ikemefuna, Okonkwo is very upset. He doesn’t eat for two days and has difficulty sleeping. He was very fond of Ikemefuna and he knew that this boy had been a positive influence on Nwoye and that they too had become great friends.
Why did Okonkwo ignore Ezeudu’s advice?
How did Okonkwo ignore the advice that Ezeudu gave him? Why? He helped with the killing of Ike and had the final blow, because he did not want to seem weak.
Who does Okonkwo kill at the end of the book?
When did Okonkwo beat wife?
Summary: Chapter 5 With nothing to do, Okonkwo becomes angry, and he finally comes up with an excuse to beat his second wife, Ekwefi. He then decides to go hunting with his gun.
Who is Okonkwo’s second wife?
Who killed ikemefuna?
Why does Okonkwo shoot his wife?
Okonkwo shamefully beats his youngest wife for her negligence in not preparing dinner. The priest demands that Okonkwo will pay a fine for breaking the peace during the sacred time known as the Week of Peace. During the New Yam Festival, Okonkwo becomes angry when he has nothing to do. He beats Ekwefi.
What does Okonkwo do to his second wife?
When his second wife, Ekwefi, admits to taking the leaves, Okonkwo beats her severely to release his pent-up anger.
Does Okonkwo kill his wife?
In the fifth chapter of Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo once again shows how he is different from his father Unoka; he beats and then nearly shoots his wife because of his own insecurity and anxiousness about not working during the Feast of the New Yam
Why does Okonkwo beat nwoye?
Nwoye – Okonkwo’s oldest son, who Okonkwo believes is weak and lazy. Okonkwo continually beats Nwoye, hoping to correct the faults that he perceives in him. Influenced by Ikemefuna, Nwoye begins to exhibit more masculine behavior, which pleases Okonkwo.
Why did nwoye leave his father’s hut?
Chapter 8: 1. Why did Nwoye leave his father’s hut when his father fell asleep? Nwoye left as he had become even more scared of his own father. The reason for this fear is that Okonkwo killed Ikemefuna, who he saw as a son, so what was to stop him from possibly killing Nwoye as well.
Why does nwoye change his name?
This quote shows how dedicated Nwoye is to the Christian religion and how he does not respect his old Ibo culture religion. This is because Nwoye changed his name to Isaac, so that he would feel more part of Christianity.