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Anna yielded to intense pressure to observe nso ritual for her late husband. The peace and quietude accorded to the observance was disrupted by a dance on Christmas day. Affected families were heavily fined with threat of ostracism. The ensuing strife like other cultural conflicts around split the hamlet into three groups.Conspicuously, Kachi, the antagonist, and fellow umuokpu engaged Helen, the protagonist, and her advocates in attrition. The burgeoning polarity sparked off horrendous and uncontrollable fires of fury in Umuokpu Umuekwo which were too hot even for the Nigeria Police Force to quench.While Achebe’s Things Fall Apart among others describes the clash of the tenets of Christianity with the ambit of Igbo traditional norms and values during its advent in the colonial period, Jude Onyema Mba’s expository but imaginary epic screenplay, Litmus Test, aptly portrays the seeming twists and turns of fate of Christian religion as it still acclimatizes to Igbo culture after over a hundred years of its coming in the land and is timed in the early nineties of the 20th century.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2014
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000872926413
    • ISBN:  9781310136825

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