BC: My Furry Friends
1: Okonkwo is the main character. He has a short temper and to many muscles for his own good. He strongly believes in his religion and a mans hard work. | 1 okonkwo has a lazy father who spends most of his time playing a womans instrument he dies a shamed man | 1 pg3 "okonkwo was well known throughout the 9 villages and even beyond
2: 2 okonkwo had to work very hard to gain his titles because he did not enharet what he needed from his father | 2 pg51 who will wrestle for our village? okafo will wrestle for our village. has he thrown a hundred men ? he has thrown a hundred men. has he thrown a hundred cats? he has thrown four hundred cats. then send him word to fight for us.
3: he is the leader of the clan and a stubborn man with a bad temper no self control he is very afraid of others opinions of him has 3 wifes and several kids.
4: 3 okonkwo killed ikimifunna because he showed he was afraid of what others would think
5: 3 that boy calls you father do not bear a hand in his death. pg57
7: 4 okonkwo was banished for beatimg his second wife during the weak of peace | 4 pg "you have not eaten in two days." "so you must finish this."
8: 5 okonkwo killed himself before a group of people could kill him first
9: 5 "okonkwos body i great you"
10: terms to describe okonkwo would be strong & determined
11: "when did u become a shivering old woman," okonkwo asked himself "you r known in all the nine villiges for your valor in war/how can a man who has killed in battle fall to pieces becaose he has added a boy to the number. okonkwo you have become a woman indead
13: proverb 2 pg 207 it is an abomination for a man to take his own life. it is an offense against the earth, and a man who commits it will not be buried by his clansmen. his body is evil only strangers may touch it. that is why we ask you people to bring him down, because you are strangers
14: Here Kitty, Kitty
15: Cats understand the importance of a nap. | Meow
18: Lucky Dog
20: Cats and dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole. - Bettina Eddie