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Unformatted text preview: Story | Chronicle of a Death Foretold; 1981 Danny Vo Author | Gabriel García Márquez; 1927-Present Protagonist | Santiago Nasar, an innocent, young, and rich man who was murdered for a crime he did not commit. He was the son of Placida Linero and engaged to Flora Miguel. “Handsome, a man of his word, and with a fortune of his own at the age of twenty-one.” Antagonist | Angela Vicario, a beautiful, desperate young woman planned to marry Bayardo San Roman despite the fact that she was no longer a virgin. Fated Santiago Nasar to death after blaming him for taking her virginity. Daughter of Pura Vicario and Poncio Vicario. Sister of Pablo and Pedro Vicario. Conflict | Angela Vicario was desperate to shoulder her burden, thus blamed Santiago Nasar for taking her virginity. Although not certain, since Santiago was a well respected man, Angela thought no one would do anything to him. Minor Characters | Bayardo San Roman – extremely rich, enchanting, handsome man who arrived six months prior to his marriage to Angela Vicario. Pablo and Pedro Vicario – Angela Vicario’s twin brothers who have no choice but to defend their sister’s honor by murdering Santiago Nasar. Pablo is older by 6 minutes and Pedro went to the Army. Cristo Bedoya...
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