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All the cultures in a bigger or smaller grade had always been under the possibility of colonization Even today where there is a greater control and knowledge about the territories we still see some powerful country trying to colonize other In the book by Chinua Achebe Things Fall Apart we see how the English people in the name of the Queen of England try to colonize small African villages We been talking about colonization but what is colonization We can define colonization as the appropriation of lands that belong to someone else by force and the introduction of the foreign culture to the one already existing thereIn this book what Achebe wants to show us is that is possible to change a whole culture just by introducing a new one If we analyze the book we see that the African village had its own structure and rules Everyone in the village respected those rules even the most powerful men in the village When Okonkwo shoots accidentally the old s dead man daughter he has to leave the village even thought he was one of the nine who run that village There were no excuses nor corruption nor a way to escape if someone did something wrong that someone have to pay no matter whom he was He tries to show us how the original culture of the village was how the women were treated and how men were in charge of everything He shows us that the more you work and the more stronger you were the more important you were We can see this very clear in the analogy of Okonkwo s father and Okonkwo His father hardly worked he was not a strong man and therefore he was not respected and owed lots of money to everyone in the village On the other side Okonkwo was a warrior hardworking man Everyone in the village respected him and he was one of the wealthiest
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