Why did Chinua Achebe write Things Fall Apart?
Part of what motivated Achebe to write Things Fall Apart was the desire to capture the voice of indigenous African identity. Achebe was fascinated with living in Lagos, an area in which he was able to see the collision between old and new notions of African identity. At the same time, Achebe recognized that the post- colonial condition of Africa demanded the emergence of new voice. The traditional voice in African literature was driven by European visions of what Africa was. The "African savage" and the notion that Africans were "uncivilized" in village life were aspects of what drove...
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