o Chapter 2- Normally on a moonlit night there are children playing and others walking around, but this particular night was quiet. The people in the nine villages fear the night any other time. That night a “daughter of Umuofia” was killed in a neighboring clan and Okonkwo wanted revenge. No one else agreed with him, instead they gave him Ikemefuna. Okonkwo ruled his household with a heavy hand and his wives lived in fear of his temper. Ikemefuna is given to the first wife to look after. Ikemefuna was very confused and scared because he didn’t know what his father had done.
o Chapter 3- Okonkwo started life as poor boy who didn’t inherit anything from his father (i.e. a barn or title). His father later went to consult Agbala about his bad harvest, but finds out that he can only blame himself for this. He later develops a disease that makes his stomach swell which he later dies from. Okonkwo wanted a better life for himself and went to a wealthy man named Nwakibie. Nwakibie gives Okonkwo a generous amount of seeds because he is a hard worker. With those seeds he had to support his family instead of his future. The rest of the year ends up being terrible (heavy rain, trees uprooted, no sunlight, yams didn’t turn out).
o Chapter 4- Okonkwo quickly went from being in poverty to one of the lords of the clan. Okonkwo soon becomes attached to Ikemefu...
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...o Chapter 19- Okonkwo defiantly is ready to come back home. He sees those seven years as lost opportunities and is ready to prove himself. Okonkwo throws a farewell feast for himself as he returns back to his clan.
o Chapter 20- Okonkwo finally returns to his clan and realizes that he had lost his authority position from being away for so long. Okonkwo has big plans for himself and his growing family. He has disowned Nwoye and gives the option for any of his following children to follow in his son’s footsteps, hoping none will. His daughter, Ezinma, has grown up into a beautiful young women, who has had several marriage options, but turned them all down due to her father’s wishes of her marrying within the clan. Okonkwo tries to kick out the white men but is unsuccessful.
o Chapter 21- Okonkwo wants the white man out, but not all agree with his idea.
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