The Role Of Imperialism In Things Fall Apart

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The fall of a society The fall of a society, or rather, the alteration of an african tribes morals, culture and religion due to the manifestation of white missionaries, imperialism and christianity. Through Chinua Achebes book Things fall apart, we experience a glimpse in the early encounter between western civilization and a native african tribe in what would on a larger scale be known as imperialism. On a smaller scale, however ,there were both internal and external forces that operated, but was it the inner or outer forces that would change the Igbo society forever (question mark). The first and foremost blatant cause would be the external arrival of the missionairies whose aim was to spread the message of Christianity and to convert

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