Audit Questions Ch. 1

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Survey Questions Ch. 1. Why is Okonkwo's thrashing of Amalinze the Cat such an extraordinary accomplishment? 2. Portray Okonkwo. 3. What does Unoka do with his cash? 4. What is the harmattan? 5. Why does Unoka sing to the kites? 6. Why does Unoka appreciate playing music for the egwugwu, or the impostors who imitate the genealogical spirits of the town? 7. What is the importance of the saying "He who brings kola brings life"? (p. 5) 8. Why is Okonkwo embarrassed about his dad, Unoka? 9. Contrast Okonkwo and his dad. 10. Why is Ikemefuna offered to the town of Umuofia?

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Review Questions Ch. 2 1. How does Okonkwo show his wild and warlike nature at essential events in the town? 2. Give cases delineating the Igbo individuals' dubious fear of obscurity. 3. Why might the general population of Umuofia be beaten in the war with Mbaino in the event that they defied the Oracles of the Hills and Caves? 4. Why is Ikemefuna chosen by the general population of Mbaino to serve as the peace relinquish for Umuofia? 5. Okonkwo is extremely solid and once in a while feels tired. How might you depict Okonkwo's three spouses and kids? 6. Why is Nwoye forming into a sad−faced youth? 7. Which one of Okonkwo's spouses is the most perplexed of him and why? 8. Why does Okonkwo run his family unit with a substantial hand? 9. How is Unoka respected by numerous individuals from the town? 10. Why is Okonkwo requested that turn into Ikemefuna's watchman?

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Review Questions Ch. 3 1. Why is Unoka, who bites the dust of swelling in the stomach, relinquished and left beyond words the Evil Forest? 2. Why is Nwakibie viewed as a fruitful man in Igbo society? 3. Nwakibie says, "You will have what is beneficial for you and I will have what is beneficial for me. Give the kite a chance to roost and let the bird roost as well. On the off chance that one says no to the next, let his wing break." (p. 14) What is the importance of Nwakibie's words? 4. What is the importance of the adage "A frog does not keep running in the daytime in vain"? (p. 15) 5. Why does Okonkwo chuckle uneasily at the narrative of Obiako and the prophet? 6. What is the importance of the adage "The reptile that bounced from the high iroko tree to the ground said he would commend himself if nobody else did"? (p. 16) 7. Why is sharecropping an ease back approach to develop a horse shelter? 8. Give two cases of how Okonkwo tries to spare his yams amid the dry spell.

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Review Questions Ch. 4 1. An old man alludes to Okonkwo saying, "Taking a gander at a lord's mouth, one would think he never sucked at his mom's bosom." (p. 19) What does he mean? 2. How does Okonkwo exhibit his affection for Ikemefuna? 3. Why does Nwoye's mom assert that Ojiugo has requested that her encourage her youngsters? 4. Why is Okonkwo's first spouse dependably called "Nwoye's mom"? 5. What does the kola nut symbolize, and why does Ezeani decline to acknowledge it from Okonkwo amid the Week of Peace? 6. Why do Okonkwo's adversaries called him the little winged creature nza? 7. Previously, a man who broke the holy peace was dragged around the town until he kicked the bucket. Why was the specially halted? 8. In a few factions, if a man passes on amid the Week of Peace, he is thrown into the Evil Forest. He is not covered. What is the aftereffect of this activity? 9. Thoroughly analyze the planting season with the month of reap. 10. What does Nwoye mean when he chooses that Nnadi lives in the place where there is Ikemefuna's most loved story?

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Review Questions Ch. 5 1. What is Ani's association with the progenitors? 2. Why are new yams offered to Ani and the predecessors at the celebration? 3. Depict the New Yam Festival. 4. Does Ekwefi, Okonkwo's second spouse, truly kill the banana tree? 5. Nwoye's mom regularly calls Ezinma "Ezigbo." What does this name mean? 6. How does Okonkwo respond when he hears the pounding of the drums? 7. Why is Obiageli, Nwoye's sister, crying? 8. Why does Ikemefuna take a gander at the other youngsters sternly when Obiageli recounts the grown-ups the tale about breaking her pot? 9. Why do Obiageli, Ezinma, and Nkechi serve their dad sustenance in a specific order? 10. Why can't Ezinma convey her dad's seat to the wrestling match?

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Review Questions Ch. 6 1. Utilizing setting pieces of information, characterize the Igbo word ilo. 2. Why is the antiquated silk−cotton tree considered sacrosanct? 3. Why do the young men of 15 and 16 wrestle first? 4. Depict Chielo in normal life. 5. Give a case of Chielo's affection for Ezinma. 6. What does Ekwefi mean when she says Ezinma is likely going to remain? 7. What is the most energizing minute in a wrestling match? 8. How would you realize that Okafo and Ikezue are similarly coordinated wrestlers? 9. What part do the drums play in the wrestling match? 10. Utilizing setting hints characterize the word Amadiora.

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Review Questions Ch. 7 1. Why is Ikemefuna contrasted with a yam ringlet in the stormy season? 2. What are a portion of the troublesome manly errands Nwoye appreciates doing? 3. Why might Nwoye put on a show to be irritated and protest about ladies? 4. How does Okonkwo feel when he hears Nwoye protesting about ladies? 5. Despite the fact that Nwoye knows it is all in all correct to be manly, regardless he lean towards the stories that his mom tells. Why? 6. Clarify the narrative of the winged animal eneke−nti−oba. 7. Why are the general population of Umuofia so amped up for the grasshoppers? 8. Portray a portion of the tasks the men and ladies do after the collect. 9. What does Ikemefuna recall when the men talk in low tones? 10. Why do the ladies walk immediately when they hear deserted babies crying in the woodland?

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Review Questions Ch. 8 1. What does Okonkwo mean when he says a bowl of beat yams can toss Nwoye in a wrestling match? 2. What does Okonkwo mean when he says, "Where are the youthful suckers that will develop when the old banana tree bites the dust?" (p. 46) 3. Why might Okonkwo have been more joyful if Ezinma had been a kid? 4. Okonkwo springs to his feet to visit his companion Obierika. What does this picture uncover about Okonkwo? 5. What is the importance of the saying "A kid's fingers are not burnt by a bit of hot yam which its mom puts into its palm". (p. 47) 6. Disclose Okonkwo's response to the passings of Ogbuefi Ndulue and Ozoemena and the possibility that they had "one personality." What does this response uncover about Okonkwo's comprehension of the female guideline? 7. Why does Obierika think Maduka is too sharp? 8. What is the significance of the precept "When mother−cow is biting grass its young ones watch its mouth"? (p. 49) 9. Why does Akueke's mom say that midsection dots and fire are not companions? 10. What is Akueke's bride−price, and how do the men land at the cost?

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Review Questions Ch. 9 1. Depict the story Okonkwo's mom used to explain to him that clarified why mosquitoes buzz in individuals' ears. 2. Give two illustrations demonstrating that the relationship amongst Ezinma and Ekwefi was a friendship of equivalents. 3. Why did Ekwefi remain with her kin amid her third pregnancy? 4. How was Ekwefi's gloom reflected in the names she gave her youngsters? 5. Depict the pharmaceutical man well known for his insight into ogbanje kids. 6. Why did the pharmaceutical man drag the cadaver of the dead ogbanje kid into the Evil Forest? 7. Why did Ekwefi develop biting about her own particular chi? 8. Why did Ezinma take the prescription man and her family through the bramble and back to the residence so as to discover the iyi−uwa ? 9. As Ezinma and Ekwefi are cooking yams, they talk about the way that extensive amounts of vegetables cook down to littler amounts by recounting the account of the snake−lizard. Why did the snake−lizard execute his mom and himself? 10. Why does Okonkwo advise Ekwefi to watch the drug pot painstakingly?

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Review Questions Ch. 10 1. Why does Evil Forest address Uzowulu saying, "Uzowulu's body, I salute you"? (p. 64) 2. Why does Evil Forest say, "Uzowulu's body, do you know me?" (p. 64) 3. What is the law of Umuofia concerning the bride−price of a lady who flees from her better half? 4. How does Evil Forest keep arrange when the group thunders with giggling amid the trial? 5. What part do Uzowulu's neighbors play in the trial? 6. Why do Evil Forest and the other egwugwu run a couple ventures toward the ladies? 7. What are a portion of the names Evil Forest gives himself? 8. What is the reason for the metal gong, the drums, and the flute? 9. Why will Uzowulu listen to the choice of the egwugwu ? 10. The egwugwu hear a land case after Uzowulu's case. What is a land case?

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Review Questions Ch. 11 1. Why don't the winged animals need Tortoise to go along with them at the devour in the sky? 2. How does Tortoise persuade the winged animals to permit him to go along with them at the devour? 3. How is Tortoise ready to fly with the feathered creatures of the sky? 4. What are a portion of the hard things Tortoise's significant other removes from the house to get ready for Tortoise's fall? 5. Why does Ezinma cry when Chielo calls her "my little girl"? 6. Why does Ekwefi pull back from Chielo when she pivots? 7. Why does Ekwefi question the shrewdness of her going to the slopes and gives in? 8. How could a lady like Chielo convey a tyke the measure of Ezinma for such a long separation? 9. How does Ekwefi know they have achieved the ring of slopes?

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Review Questions Ch. 12 1. How do the general population of Umuike build up their market? 2. The narrative of the man and the goat demonstrates that the Umuike market is regularly loaded with criminals. What happens in this story? 3. What do Okonkwo's first and third spouses add to the pre-wedding assurance devour? 4. Why does Ekwefi join the assurance to be wedded devour later? 5. The individuals from Obierika's more distant family sit in a half−moon. At the point when his in−laws arrive, they finish thecircle. What is the noteworthiness of the seating course of action? 6. Depict the distinction in the clothing of the wedded ladies and that of the young ladies who welcome the in−laws. 7. What does the eldest man among the in−laws mean when he says, "This is not the first run through my kin have come to wed your little girl"? (p. 83) 8. Why does Obierika's family say their girl will be a decent spouse