Spelling list: Characters in Things Fall Apart - List 2

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

Enoch Enoch is a fanatical convert to the Christian church in Umuofia.
Ogbuefi Ogbuefi Ezeudu is the oldest man in the village.
Ezeudu Ogbuefi Ezeudu was a great warrior in his youth.
Chielo Chielo is a widow with two children.
Akunna Akunna is a clan leader of Umuofia.
Nwakibie Nwakibie is a wealthy clansmen.
Kiaga Mr. Kiaga is a native-turned-Christian missionary.
Okagbue Okagbue Uyanwa is a famous medicine man.
Uyanwa Okagbue Uyanwa was summoned by Okonkwo for help in dealing with Ezinma’s health problems.
Maduka Maduka is Obierika’s son.
Obiageli Obiageli is the daughter of Okonkwo’s first wife.
Ojiugo Ojiugo is Okonkwo’s third and youngest wife.

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