Ezinma, Okonkwo’s favorite daughter and the only child of Ekwefi, is bold in the way that she approaches—and even sometimes contradicts—her father. Okonkwo remarks to himself multiple times that he wishes she had been born a boy, since he considers her to have such a masculine spirit. Ezinma alone seems to win Okonkwo’s full attention, affection, and, ironically, respect. She and he are kindred spirits, which boosts her confidence and precociousness. She grows into a beautiful young woman who sensibly agrees to put off marriage until her family returns from exile so as to help her father leverage his sociopolitical power most effectively. In doing so, she shows an approach similar to that of Okonkwo: she puts strategy ahead of emotion.
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In Things Fall Apart, Part Three, how is Reverend Smith different from Mr. Brown?
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Mr. Brown believed in compromise and accommodation while Reverend Smith believes he must wipe out what he views as the ignorance.
Mr. Brown made many enemies while in Umuofia while Reverend Smith tries to make friends.
Mr. Brown’s primary goal was to build the church while Reverend Smith’s goal is to build schools.
Mr. Brown encouraged fighting while Reverend Smith encourages prayer.
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The Osu are the title-less, worthless people, not the efulefu, I am fairly sure the efulefu are the Christians
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