Okonkwo kills Ikemefuna during chapter 7.
A group of Southern Missionary ladies in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Okonkwo hung himself.
Okonkwo finds out that Nwoye has been associating with the Christians. Okonkwo confronts Nwoye, holding Nwoye by the neck and asking where he has been, but Nwoye struggles to escape as opposed answering the question. Okonkwo threatens to kill him if he does not answer, and begins beating Nwoye with a stick while still holding him. After Nwoye (Isaac) converts and Okonkwo returns to Umuofia, Nwoye returns to Okonkwo to tell him that he is to become a teacher in Umuru. However, Okonkwo, having disowned Nwoye for abandoning his father's gods, threatens to kill Nwoye if he is ever in his compound again.
Okonkwo wishes that they could kill the white men and their messengers, driving them from the land. However, Okonkwo initially agrees to talk to the Commissioner when he summons the leaders of Umuofia to talk. After being tricked, Okonkwo resumes his position of wanting to kill the white men.
Okonkwo disowns Nwoye, calling Nwoye an abomination to the rest of his children. When Okonkwo sees Nwoye again, threatens to kill him if he sees him again.
Okonkwo did no such thing. The oracle had declared that Ikemefuna must die. It was Ezeudu who gave Okonkwo the advice to not bear a hand in Ikemefuna's death.
No, Okonkwo beats his wives, and has killed men in combat, even taking the skull of one as a drinking cup.
Ikemefuna called Okonkwo father. It would be unnatural for a father to kill his son. The boy was also affectionate towards Okonkwo, and it would be like a betrayal.
The oracle concluded that Ikemefuma must die. Okonkwo kills Ikemefuma to show his peers that he is not weak. It is ironic that Ikemefuna is, besides Okonkwo, the most manly man in his family.
No, this deed was done by a man from Mbaino.
the son of the man being burried
Okonkwo was told by Amikwu that Nwoye was associated with the Christians. Later, Okonkwo meets Nwoye again after his conversion to Christianity and name-change to Isaac.
Okonkwo kills himself in between the last chapter and the chapter before that. His moment of death is not explicitly described.
For a man to kill a boy who calls him 'father', it would be wrong.
This could be for multiple reasons, depending on the situation.Okonkwo is wrestling for the village.Okonkwo is fighting in war for the villageOkonkwo is at a village meeting.Okonkwo is away on business for the village.Okonkwo is visiting his friend Obierika.Okonkwo is going to see the oracle.Okonkwo is watching the wrestling matches.Okonkwo is at a wedding.Okonkwo is gathering herbs to help cure Ezinma.Okonkwo is at the egwugwu court.Okonkwo is checking to see if Chielo has returned to her cave with Ezinma.Okonkwo must help sacrifice Ikemefuna.Okonkwo is at Ekeudu's funeral.Okonkwo has been exiled.Okonkwo is meeting the Christians.Okonkwo is helping burn down Enoch's compound.Okonkwo is helping burn down the church.Okonkwo is at court.Okonkwo has been jailed.Okonkwo is at the village meeting.
Because Okonkwo have to kill him because the Oracle decreed that Ikemefuna must die:)
so he would not seem weak
Okonkwo was told that Ikemefuna must die by the Oracle, through the elders. As such, there was no tribal punishment for Okonkwo. However, Okonkwo was emotionally punished for his decision. It might also be said that his punishment for killing Ikemefuna was to kill Ekeudu's son accidentally.
Okonkwo kills Ikemefuna in chapter 7. Okonkwo kills Ekeudu's son in chapter 13. He later kills a messenger, but it is unknown whether this messenger is a clansman, or would be considered one even if he was from Umuofia.
"Okonkwo was a man." "Did you see that man, Okonkwo?" "You are my son. Okonkwo, I am your father!"
Okonkwo didnt want to make himself look weak become soft like a woman so decided the way he wont look like that is if he kills ikenefuna
Tortoise is mostly unlike Okonkwo. Tortoise has a sweet tongue, whereas Okonkwo knew "how to kill a man's spirit." Possible similarities: Tortoise is ungrateful towards the ones who help him. Okonkwo is ungrateful towards villagers he regards as weak or lazy, but they do not really help him as much. He is grateful towards those that help him, and shows his gratefulness and sincerity. Tortoise is wide-traveled. Okonkwo shows evidence of having been to all the villages of the Igbo. Both Tortoise and Okonkwo suffer a fall.
Okonkwo was not ostracized. Okonkwo was exiled for killing a man. Okonkwo was spoken badly of when he was not outwardly repentant after breaking the Week of Peace. Okonkwo was distanced from after he kills a messenger.
Okonkwo breaks the peace in several ways:Okonkwo throws the Cat, Amalinze while wrestling.Okonkwo kills 5 people during wars.Okonkwo beats his children and wife in different occasions.Okonkwo nearly shoots his wife.Okonkwo beat his wife during the week of peace.Okonkwo kills Ikemefuna.Okonkwo accidentally shoots Ezeudu's son.Okonkwo helps burn the church down.Okonkwo kills the court messenger sent by the white man.Okonkwo kills himself.