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Title: "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe vs. "The Second Coming" by William Butler Yeats

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Date: December 26, 1996
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Okonkwo can not stand this as a result he tries to fight against the people who were the creators of this disaster. But as he fails, he commits suicide, preferring to kill himself, rather than let those strangers kill him. In conclusion, it is worth mentioning that according to the novel we see that in the last chapters, Okonkwo is so exhausted by those events that feels it must be the end of the world as does Yeats when looking forward to the second coming of Christ...

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"Things fall apart" is a phrase which appeals to people of all times, because as time goes by, changes such as these take place at a greater speed, than before. But is it really the end of time?

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