The correct answer is D. He is violent and authoritarian
"Achebe's Things Fall Apart" by the Nigerian Chichuc Achebe is a novel that focuses on the pre-colonial period in Nigeria and the arrival of Europeans that ended with this historical period. In this novel, the life of Okonkwo, who is a member of an ethnic native group in Nigeria, is told in relation to his family, culture, and lifestyle of the group before the arrival of the Europeans as well as their reactions and struggles when the Europeans arrived. In the novel, Okonkwo who is the main character is presented as a warrior and authoritarian man who enjoys wrestling and shows himself as brave and violent, as he considers music and other aspect are against manhood and are weak and Okonkwo is afraid of failing or showing himself as a weak man. This is aspects are shown not only towards other members of the ethnic group but towards his family, formed by three wives and ten children. Thus, the behavior of Okonkwo towards his family is mainly violent and authoritarian.