This novel can be interpreted as A being Eurocentric B being anti imperialistic

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1.This novel can be interpreted as A.being Eurocentric.B.being anti-imperialistic.C.being non-Eurocentric.D.Both A and BE.Both B and C 2.The Week of Peace is best described as 3. What does the following passage from the novel best illustrate? “The drums were still beating, persistent and unchanging. Their sound was no longer a separate thing from the living village.” (Pg. 44) A. the importance of the drums to gather the villagers together before going to war. B. the drums serving as a means of communication over a long distance between the tribes. C. that the drums are a symbol for the strength and power of the Ibo people; they symbolize the heart of the people. D. the skill the Ibo people have at making musical instruments. 4.This story can be called a tragedy because
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5.The story of the Earth and the Sky and how the Sky withheld rain for seven years is 6.Okonkwo’s tragic flaw is A.his cruel nature and inability to express his feelings with his family.B.his pride and fear of appearing weak.C.his violent temper, which results in Ikemefuna’s death.D.his poor relationship with his son, Nwoye. 7.In the marriage rituals a bride price is determined by
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