Things Fall Apart Pop-Quiz
What does Okonkwo do even though he is advised not to?
Beat Nwoye twice
Help kill Ikemefuna
Why are the villagers happy when the locusts arrive?
Because they represent future happiness
Because they mean good weather and good crops
Because their bodies can be made into glue
Because they taste good
With whom does Ikemefuna become particularly close?
How does Okonkwo break the peace during the Week of Peace?
He beats Nwoye.
He fires a gun in the air.
He fights with the Oracle.
He beats one of his wives.
What crop is king for the Igbo?
How does Ikemefuna die?
He falls while putting palm leaves on the red outer walls of the compound.
A swarm of locusts kills him.
One of the clansmen attacks Ikemefuna and Okonkwo deals the final blow.
One of the clansmen cuts him down with a machete before Okonkwo can stop him.
When do the clan members share the kola nut?
When declaring war
When giving birth to children
When gathering for social occasions
Why did people laugh at Okonkwo’s father, Unoka?
Because he slept in the public square and begged for money
Because he was short, skinny, and spoke in a high voice
Because he was poor, a “loafer,” and borrowed money without paying it back
Because his yam harvests were always pathetic
What does it mean that it seems Ezinma “has come to stay”?
Several young village men have taken an interest in marrying her.
She is unlikely to die in childhood.
She is destined to become the next Oracle.
She has gotten her first period and is now a woman.
What does Okonkwo fear most?
Joining the missionaries
Confronting his father
Becoming like his father
The overthrow of the village elders
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