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Oct 12, 2021

[Answer] 5. What happens when everything seems to go wrong, radically wrong? What do things then do?

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...1. fall apart 2. fall under 3. fall out 4. fall away Chinua Achebe's great book, "Things Fall Apart", is a novel that follows the life of Okonkwo, in his village in Nigeria. The book reveals his enormous struggles to deal with change, both within and without his family. Readers have said that when the missionaries arrived, then, for a variety of reasons, began the downfall of Igbo society. Life as people knew it began to fall apart. The title of the novel is linked to William Butler Yeats' poem, "The Second Coming" which has a line "Things fall apart/the center cannot hold."




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