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are relevant to the context within the existing text. /(March 2013)/

This article is about the novel. For other uses, see Things Fall Apart
(disambiguation).

Things Fall Apart
ThingsFallApart.jpg
First edition
Author(s) Chinua Achebe
Cover artist C. W. Barton
Country Nigeria
Language English
Genre(s) historical fiction
Publisher William Heinemann Ltd.
Publication date 1958

/*Things Fall Apart*/ is an English-language novel by Nigerian author
Chinua Achebe published in 1958. It is seen as the archetypal modern
African novel in English, and one of the first African novels written in
English to receive global critical acclaim. It is a staple book in schools
throughout Africa and widely read and studied in English-speaking countries
around the world. The title of the novel comes from William Butler Yeats'
poem "The Second Coming".^[1]

The novel depicts the life of Okonkwo, a leader and local wrestling
champion in Umuofia—one of a fictional group of nine villages in
Nigeria, inhabited by the Igbo people (in the novel, "Ibo"). It describes
his family and personal history, the customs and society of the Igbo, and
the influence of British colonialism and Christian missionaries on the Igbo
community during the late nineteenth century.

/Things Fall Apart/ was followed by a sequel, /No Longer at Ease/ (1960),
originally written as the second part of a larger work together with
/Things Fall Apart/, and /Arrow of God/ (1964), on a similar subject.
Achebe states that his two later novels, /A Man of the People/ (1966) and
/Anthills of the Savannah/ (1987), while not


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Things_Fall_Apart

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