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 “Comparative Analysis of Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Nwana’s Omenuko” is a critical study of the relationship between the two classical novels in the areas of setting, theme, character and characterization. Both Achebe and Nwana use the same pattern of settings. Two categories of setting are identifiable in both Things Fall Apart and Omenuko:- a pre-colonial society, free from any external influence and fully democratic: and, a society dominated by European values. The theme of Omenuko is offence and expiation while that of Things Fall Apart is the disintegration of the traditional society resulting from the influence of the colonial religion and government. The authors also use other powerful sub-themes to bring home their stories. Such sub-themes include love, manliness and survival, colonization, sojourn and return. The authors thus succeeded in showing us the social changes in the traditional Igbo society brought about by colonization. These authors present protagonists that rise from a humble beginning. Their lives are ruled by the same passion – to become successful, powerful and rich. In the case of Achebe’s hero, the very gods whom Okonkwo strives to obey and serve drives him out of his fatherland because of the inadvertent killing of a clansman; just when he is ready to acquire the highest title in the land, marry his daughters off to deserving suitors and initiate his sons into their first manhood groups. Okonkwo goes into exile in his maternal home, Mbanta. All the sins he commits are against the Earth goddess: the killing of the son of Ogbuefi Ezeudu and the final abomination of taking his own life. On the other hand, Nwana’s hero sells his clansmen into slavery for his own selfish interest. He goes into exile in Ndi Mgborogwu. Omenuko is made to suffer remorse for his crime, then appeases the gods, his land and people. Like the prodigal son, he realizes the enormity of his sin and goes home penitent. He is reconciled with his people and there is general jubilation. Through the novelist’s method of characterization, one is able to gain insight into a great variety of human behaviour and problems.

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Number of Pages71 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
Chapter summary1 to 5 chapters
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