Okonkwo's Equality

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To begin with equality is a big change in Okonkwo’s culture that helped aid in it falling apart. It certainly made the Christian missionaries become targets of anger and violence. Okonkwo is the character most angered by the Christians, largely because of the loss of his son to the religion. “He had already chosen the title of the book, after much thought: The Pacification of the Primitive Tribes of the Lower Niger.” (Achebe, 179). This is a primitive example of how the Christians believed that the Igbo’s were more like savages than people. Mr.Brown was a gentle kind man who enforced no religion on anyone, but encouraged Igbo people to convert to his religion; because of this there was no uprising of the Igbo people to expel the Christians

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