Summary and Analysis of The Wives’ Revolt by J. P. Clark

Idama: He is Okoro’s bosom friend and peer. He is not as materialistic as his friend, Okoro for when the window of opportunity is opened; he doesn’t see anything good in catching other people’s goats. He sees the women’s action…

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