Explain what makes this story a tragedy?nope

Explain what makes this story a tragedy?nope

Explain what makes this story a tragedy?nope

Explain what makes this story a tragedy?nope

What makes Achebe’s Things Fall Apart a tragedy is the destruction of a way of life and the suicide of the protagonist.The Ibo tribe is shown in part one of the novel in its traditional form.  But in parts two and three Christian missionaries and then the white man’s government impose themselves on the tribe, eventually leading to the end of the traditional way of life shown in part one.Okonkwo, the protagonist, returns after being exiled for seven years and finds his village in turmoil and vastly changed, due to the presence of the missionaries, etc.  He is unable to adjust, and the tribe will not follow him in rebellion.  He subsequently commits suicide.The destruction of the Ibo tribe’s way of life as well as that of Okonkwo is of course emblematic (serves as an emblem) of Africa’s fate under colonialism.
Explain what makes this story a tragedy?nope