What happened at the end of the ceremony in chapter 13 in the Things Fall Apart?
Ekeudu was buried. It is not explicit, but it is implied.
Depending on the ceremony. The court rendered the judgment. The bride left with her husband's family. Before leaving they present themselves to important men such as Okonkwo. The final ceremony of isa-ifi is the ceremony of confession. The bride to be is ask if she has lain with any other men since she was engaged. A hen's throat is slit. Enoch unmasks an egwugwu, killing it.
What is a list of plot points in chapter 22 of Things Fall Apart in the order in which they occur in the story?
Chinua Achebe takes his title "Things Fall Apart" from William Butler Yeats' poem, "The Second Coming". The poem states that in the state of anarchy, things fall apart. Achede substitutes colonialism for anarchy and the death of the Ibo culture and religion by missionaries, who replaced their native values with Christianity for "The ceremony of Innocence drowned" in Yeat's poem.