Paper-14- African Literature- Okonkvo as a Tragic Hero in Things fall Apart
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<p>Okonkvo As a Tragic Hero in Things Fall Apart</p> <p>Okonkwo As a Tragic Hero in Things Fall ApartPrepared by: Vibhuti V. Bhatt,M. A. Part 2, Sem 4, Submitted to: Department of English,Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University, Bhavnagar.</p> <p>Aristotles Concept of Tragic HeroThe ideal tragic hero must be an intermediate kind of person, a man not pre-eminently virtuous and just,His misfortune, however, is brought upon him not by vice or depravity but by some error of judgment.Okonkwo at the beginning of the novelA man of action and warHis personal fame rested on solid personal achievements.</p> <p>Okonkwo in the middle of the novelOkonkwo is an exileReason - Tragic flaw in his character his inflexibility and lack of compromise.And his Obsession with masculine values and his lack of tolerance.Okonkwo at the end of the novelCommits suicide</p>
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