How does Ikemefuna's death affect Nwoye's timeline

Interpretation aids for the short story - "How to get rid of a piano" by Marlene Röder (not a formulated interpretation, but hints for your own interpretation)

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    The physical danger emanating from him when he is attempted to be transported away (cf. line 192 ff.) Exists mentally for Stefan all the time. The attempt to get rid of the piano can thus be seen as an existential struggle that - due to the intervention of the mother - ends in a draw: the piano retains a place in Stefan's life (and that of the family), but it does not return unchanged, for what purpose the scratches that occurred during transport over the stairs can stand (cf. lines 202 ff., 243 ff.). The piano now bears the traces of Stefan's will to lead his own life - even the mother can no longer polish away these traces (cf. Z. .....