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What are 3 key quotations in Chapter 6 of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart?
The quotations must relate to one of the following:
-the characterization of Okonkwo
-ambition
-how power affects Okonkwo
-fear as a motivator
- identify beliefs values and traditions in Okonkwo's society

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    If you have read the book, this should not be difficult.

    What quotations have you thought about?
    Which of the items in the list do those quotations relate to?

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