Egonwanne: a coward who moves the men of Umuofia to impotence
Okika: the first man to speak, one of those imprisoned
Onyeka: the man who salutes Umuofia first
The leaders are released by the District Commissioner, who speaks about the Queen of England, peace, and the colonial government. The Igbo trudge home silently. Okonkwo’s friends and family see the marks on his back where he has been whipped. Okonkwo swears vengeance on the white man’s court. If Umuofia does not go to war, he will avenge himself. Okonkwo...
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