A Mother's Intuition In Nwoye Quotes
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In the book, it mentions the questions Nwoye had about the religion and it shows how different the Igbo religion is from Christianity, for example, how there is a day for worshipping the God and how they don’t throw about twins. On pg 35, Achebe wrote, “Nwoye always wondered who Nnadi was and why he should live all by himself, cooking and eating.” From this quote, we assume that Nwoye is a curious boy about the religion and usually, if a person is curious about something, that curiosity will spread to different things.
Imagine dry sand and how it feels: it’s rough and more coarse, but when that dry sand get water, the feeling gets better and more satisfying and that’s what Nwoye feel. It’s like when you get a question answered, that confusion you had caused you to get stressed and overwhelmed, but getting that question answered will give you that …show more content…
The reason for his anger is because his arrogance gets in the way of how he works things. He is too selfish to change his ways for the benefit of his kid. In the book, Achebe wrote that Okonkwo would abuse Nwoye if he is lazy and it shows that even if he’s hurt or sad, Okonkwo will abuse him because he shows weakness. Not only he is hurting his son, but also he is also hurting his wives.
His violence reputation limited his view on many things because the cause of his violence is from his arrogance and the fact that he sees his family falling apart, falling from the roots, he sees it as a weakness and in the book, Achebe wrote that weakness is something Okonkwo hates.
Nwoye sees what the new religion is like and from the quote, we see how the new religion brings togetherness by singing and having fun. Before, Nwoye was scared about revealing his new faith and even before that he had questions about the Igbo religion, as it is stated on pg :
The western’s religion has a different way of creating that union between the brotherhood and that 's by going to church every Sunday. As written in the book, Achebe didn 't mention Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, any of those days in the week because the Igbo works things differently and have different