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used in Things Fall Apart

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a regional variety of a language
  • He spoke through an interpreter who was an Ibo man, though his dialect was different and harsh to the ears of Mbanta.
    p. 144.7
  • Many people laughed at his dialect and the way he used words strangely.
    p. 144.8

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