What purpose or effect does this narrative strategy have on the readers’ experience of the story once we witness the process of colonialism in the final third of Things Fall Apart.

As discussed last week, Things Fall Apart is often considered a groundbreaking work of “post-colonial literature”, broadly defined as any literature from a formerly colonized people or culture that directly reflects the effects of colonialism. However, the first two-thirds of the novel are set in a pre-colonial Igbo society. What purpose or effect does this narrative strategy have on the readers’ experience of the story once we witness the process of colonialism in the final third of Things Fall Apart. Please be sure to cite specific examples from the text in your response.———————————————–To receive full credit (5 points) for each discussion board, all of the following must be achieved:–Your original post successfully answers the prompt.–You use specific evidence from the text, including direct quotes to support your analysis.–Correct formal spelling, grammar and formatting.–At least one substantive response to a fellow student’s post.–You include your own question about the text at the end of your first post.–Your own original response and your responses to other students total at least 500 words combined per discussion board.