Things Fall Apart, Part 2: Crash Course Literature 209

Author: Chinua Achebe
Book: Things Fall Apart

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In which John Green concludes teaching you about Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. You'll learn about the historical contexts of Things Fall Apart, including 19th century colonization and 20th century decolonization. We're going to learn a little bit about Achebe's childhood between two cultures, cover Okonkwo's sad, sad end, and even learn a little about The Babysitters Club.…more

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Mohammed Habeeb For me as a young muslim man , that book was great enough to be a real start in in searching and diving through other faith and religions , specially in the ancient ages of civilization and the clashes between them in the name of religion and custom . Chinua Achebe hit a nail on the head by writing such nice book and described what was going there in a beautiful way as we see it ! . So I give it a four stars hoping to continue my journey with a new book talks about the same matter in another corner from this world .


Mohammed Habeeb For me as a young muslim man , that book was great enough to be a real start in in searching and diving through other faith and religions , specially in the ancient ages of civilization and the clashes between them in the name of religion and custom . Chinua Achebe hit a nail on the head by writing such nice book and described what was going there in a beautiful way as we see it ! . So I give it a four stars hoping to continue my journey with a new book talks about the same matter in another corner from this world .


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