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Chronicle of a death Foretold - Commentary on a passage from the end of chapter 2
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Chronicle of a Death Foretold
Chronicle of a Death foretold Commentary
This passage from the novel in Chronicle of a Death foretold takes place at the end of chapter 2, where Bayardo San Roman, who had just gotten married to Angela Vicario, returns her to her family's house because he found out that she wasn't a virgin. The characters in this passage that are mainly involved are Angela Vicario, Pura Vicario; Angela's Mother; Pedro and Pablo Vicario; the two twins; her brothers; and of course Bayardo San Roman; her husband/ ex-husband. I will be looking at the characters and their relationships between one another, the structure of the passage - how suspense is built up, and the last 2 paragraphs of the passage.
This chapter describes the events leading up to Santiago Nasar's murder, beginning with one of the main reasons why he was killed - Bayardo San Roman. He arrived to the small unknown Latin town 6 months before he married Angela Vicario. At first no one really liked him, but with the time people started to
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