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Q: What are the Differences between Hausa and Ibo culture?
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Why does Chinua Achebe use Ibo words in things fall apart?

There are various reasons for this. One is that he is writing about Igbo culture, so there are some words that do not translate directly into English. At other times, a translation into English would provide additional unwanted subtext that a word carries in a specific language. He also wishes to highlight the differences between the Ibo culture and the English culture, noting that they have different instruments for example. Their gong is not just a gong, but is a ogene. In this way he shows that there does exist a complicated culture among the tribesmen.

What are the difference between Ibo Religion and Christianity?

Primarily, Ibo is polytheistic while Christianity is monotheistic.

What does the proverbs in things fall apart mean?

Basically, the telling of proverbs in the Ibo culture is a way for the Ibo people to keep their culture alive throughout the tough times that they are going through with the white people.

What was okonkwo's response to the cultural collision caused by the introduction of Western ideas into Ibo culture?

He believed the Western ideas were like poison to the Ibo culture and felt they should be eradicated. He believed direct quick action was needed.

What is a theme that runs through Achebe's writings?

Describes Ibo life (CULTURE) colonialism

Who is converted to Christianity in Things Fall Apart?

Well the most important person in the story who is converted to Christianity from Ibo, is Nwoye. Many other members of the Ibo culture are also converted, however, they do not play a significant role in the story. These people only help symbolize that the Ibo culture is falling apart, along with Okonkwo's life.

What are the egwuwu?

In Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, the ibo clan believed in spirits of their ancestors that guided them. This was the case in real ibo culture not just in Things Fall Apart. It was their real beliefs.

What is the role of story telling in the Ibo culture?

Storytelling was how many ibo children learned before they had a writen lenguage. Their mothers would tell them stories and the would learn from the stories. Storytelling was their education for a while.

In the book things fall apart Why did achebe devote several pages to ekwefi folktale?

to preserve the ibo culture.

What is the birth name of Wim Ibo?

Wim Ibo's birth name is Johan Willem Ibo.

How do the African people view the culture of the Ibo in Things Fall Apart?

Different African people view the culture of the Ibo in different ways. The ones having grown up in this culture mostly see it as a proud culture, the culture of their fathers, and their fathers. It is a just culture. Some question the reasonableness of parts of the culture, including the wisdom of killing twins, and exiling people for accidental deaths, but generally trust in the wisdom of the elders and the gods. Foreign African people might see the culture as strange or different. This really depends on the individual.

What are some weak points in the Ibo culture?

They do not have a centralized command structure. They are an agrarian society and so suffer famines together.

Why is the ibo political organization in precolonial era was describe as acephalous?

Precolonial Ibo society is described as acephalous because the Ibo did not have one state or one ruler for all the Ibo. Instead, each Ibo village was autonomous.

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In 2013, Nigeria's population is about 170,130,000. They are divided as follows - Hausa and Fulani 29%, Yoruba 21%, Igbo (Ibo) 18%, Ijaw 10%, Kanuri 4%, Ibibio 3.5%, Tiv 2.5%

Is Ibo an African tribe?

Yes, Ibo are from West Africa.

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Ibo District's population is 7,706.

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Mathias Ibo was born in 1978.

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Ibo Bonilla was born in 1951.