unsuccessful, debt-laden father
Okonkwo's fave child
cautioned Okonkwo not to kill Ikemefuna
took Ezinma to the oracle's cave
British missionary; discussed religion with Akunna
many of her children died in infancy
evil child who died and was reborn
Okonkwo's method of suicide
what Ikemefuna called Okonkwo
staple crop of villagers
Okonkwo used it to kill messenger
sport enjoyed by villagers
his relatives cleansed Okonkwo's land
Okonkwo's mother's relative
traditional village hut
bad missionary; rigid; self-righteous; didn't compromise and accommodate
ancestral spirit masqueraders
white men brought it with religion
saw that things were falling apart; strong man full of fear and anger
author- Chinua _____
white men started one for the natives
converted to Christianity
eaten by clan as a delicacy
site of Okonkwo's exile
taken from Mbaino as retribution
tied to sacred silk-cotton tree; iron horse
religion brought by the white men
oracle of the Hills and Caves
Christians lived there, to villagers' surprise
decreed Ikemefuna's fate
number of years of exile
definition of "white man"
nigerian interpreter in charge of congregation
was writing a book about the "primitives"
clan punishment for accidental killing
visisted Okonkwo in exile
white men brought _____ and government
what mother was, according to Uchendu
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