Things Fall Apart - New Windmills KS4 (Hardback)
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Things Fall Apart - New Windmills KS4 (Hardback)

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Hardback 192 Pages / Published: 22/11/1971
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Winner of International Man Booker Prize 2007.

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
ISBN: 9780435121624
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 250 g
Dimensions: 194 x 132 x 14 mm

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“Things Fall Apart”

This significant work tells the tale of the respected and mighty Okonkwo, whose self-made and successful life begins to unravel when he lets his pride and anger better him. Seeing his misfortune enacted through a fog... More

Paperback edition
9th September 2010
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“A different view.”

This novel is a fascinating portrayal of a precolonial African community. It follows the fortunes of Okonkwo and his family as they struggle to deal with exile and the impact of Western culture on their way of life.... More

Paperback edition
21st April 2014
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“Disappointed...”

This starts off to be a good story, but unfortunately the character's names are African names and are very hard to remember, they don't sink in and after a few chapters once you've been introduced to... More

Paperback edition
27th January 2013
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