The white men have built a prison; they have established a government court of law, where people are tried for breaking the white man's laws; and they also employ natives of Umuofia.
He is regarded as very wise, and gives Okonkwo good advice. There, Obierka states that he would not have killed his son. When Okonkwo returns to Umuofia, he discovers that the village has changed during his absence. Inthe lyrics of "No Holiday for Madiba", a song honoring Nelson Mandela include the phrase, "things fall apart", in reference to the book's title.
He believes that the quality and zeal of the converts counts more than Mr. Almost a happy one. Nwoye connects to Ikemefuna, who presents an alternative to Okonkwo's rigid masculinity.
Describe Mr. By the time Achebe wrote Things Fall Apart, the spelling was being standardized. The novel focuses on Obi Okonkwo, whose downfall is caused by his inability to deal with the conflicting value systems of Igbo culture and his English training.
Okonkwo prepares a medicine and tries to heal the child.