THE THEMES AND STYLE IN THINGS FALL APART BY CHINUA ACHEBE

idris bello

Abstract


This research work reveals the rich Africa’s values of the Igbo people of South-eastern Nigeria being one of the three major races in the country. It also exposes corruption and oppression that was going on in the British controlled Nigeria in the mid-20th century as discussed in the novel, which prevailed all over the country at that time. The research work, furthermore, explores the themes and style used by the author in his novel Things Fall Apart as a way of bringing into fore the rich cultural values and traditions of the traditional Igbo society vis-a –vis the clash of cultural values through British imperialism as portrayed by Chinua Achebe in the novel.

Keywords


cultural values; corruption; oppression; traditional element

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