Okonkwo as Protagonist
All stories have a protagonist, which is a person or place that the story focuses on and gives special traits. In Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart , the story follows the life and actions of Okonkwo. As the story progresses, the reader becomes most intimate and learns a great deal about Okonkwo. Okonkwo acts as the protagonist in Things Fall Apart because he appears to be a very strict father and husband, by
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fronds. And Okonkwo had already done that. He had finished it on the very day the locusts came." This makes it evident that Okonkwo works hard and does not procrastinate .
In Things Fall Apart, Achebe excellently portrays a typical African village during the British invasion. With the character Okonkwo, he expresses the feelings of many Africans of the time period. It is for this reason that the book Things Fall Apart is a modern classic.