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Things Fall Apart Chapter 4 (Miss Corbett)

By Marcia Corbett 29 Nov 14:00
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Benevolent SpiritWhat do you think this proverb means?

"Those whose palm-kernels were cracked for them by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble."
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IkemefunaWhy do you think that Ikemefuna will not eat, and when he does he vomits? Why is he sick like this for three weeks?
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Okonkwo hides his feelingsWhy do you believe that even though Okonkwo is fond of Ikemefuna, he will not show his emotions?
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What is justifiable anger?
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Week of PeaceWhy does the priest of the Earth goddess, Ezeani, visit Okonkwo in his hut?
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The Unburied DeadWhat is the result of not burying their dead and throwing them in the evil forest?
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Yams = ManlinessWhy does the yam stand for manliness?

Slides in Things Fall Apart Chapter 4 (Miss Corbett)

What do you think this proverb means? "Those whose palm-kernels were cracked for them by a benevolent spirit should not forget to be humble."
Why do you think that Ikemefuna will not eat, and when he does he vomits? Why is he sick like this for three weeks?
Why do you believe that even though Okonkwo is fond of Ikemefuna, he will not show his emotions?
What is justifiable anger?
Why does the priest of the Earth goddess, Ezeani, visit Okonkwo in his hut?
What is the result of not burying their dead and throwing them in the evil forest?
Why does the yam stand for manliness?
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