Things Fall Apart

how is culture depicted in things fall apart?

analysis of ibo culture in the novel

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Ibo culture in the novel is depicted as traditional and rigid. The culture was very black and white about what they believed and left no room for change. The Ibo people adhered to their beliefs and customs and would not change even if it meant giving up their lives. The ultimate example in Things Fall Apart is when the protagonist, Okonkwo, commits suicide to avoid compromising his beliefs and traditional views.