When a man is able to grow successfully, it boosts his perception of himself, particularly in Okonkwo's case. It is used to show the changing moods of the tribe, both its members and its traditions.
It is also used to symbolize the change that is about to come, in the form of the colonizers and missionaries from Mbanta.
Several countries (European powers) including France, Great Britain, and Belgium imperialized Africa.
They did this because of their demand for raw materials, need for markets, and their attempt to implement commerce, create civilization, and to bring in Christianity to be the primary religion.
They rely on a multitude of gods, as well as their ancestors, to help them make decisions.
In fact, gods and ancestors are consulted on almost everything.The clash between the Europeans and the Africans caused the Europeans to colonize Africa and to partition the continent, this partition plan is know as the Scramble for Africa.Chinua Achebe’s thesis regarding Colonial Africa in Things Fall Apart is an accurate portrayal of imperialism and Ibo culture to a high extent due to the religious accusations serving as catalysts for conflict, the use of the In addition, Achebe’s use of the arrival of the Christian, Europeans missionaries (and their interaction with the Ibo people) facilitates the development of an accurate portrayal of imperialism.The actual drought that takes place symbolizes the drought of love that Okonkwo has in his own heart, which results in his inability to love his own son and his lack of emotion when participating in the killing of his adoptive son.Religion plays a huge role in the Igbo characters' lives.Often, they identify the source of a drought as some sort of blasphemous act that has occurred on their soil. His blasphemy was the murder of Ikemefuna, which led to his own internal emptiness.In order to restore the rain & the land, one must make a sacrifice of some kind, a penance for sin, if you will. It becomes the ultimate offering for the village and the gods, atoning for the sins he visited upon the society.It describes the personalities of the tribe members, the spiritual and literal hold that weather has on the people, what is to come, and the consequences of abandoning traditional rituals and culture. Because the Igbo tribe is mainly an agricultural society, their religion revolves around nature.It describes the personalities of the tribe members, the spiritual and literal hold that weather has on the people, what is to come, and the consequences of abandoning traditional rituals and culture. The lack of rain affects their crops, which make up their food supply.The effect of the weather and its spiritual inferences are mostly evident in part 1.Weather symbolizes the nature's ''supernatural control of the Igbo people.'' Weather provides a contrasts between the traditional Igbo civilization and the new colonial changes, and hence serves to stress the struggle between the changes and tradition.