Chronicle of a Death Foretold Essay | Chronicle of a Death Foretold: A Comparative Essay

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Chronicle of a Death Foretold: A Comparative Essay

Summary: Analyzes the book and theatrical production of Chronicle of a Death Foretold, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Discusses the differences between the two forms. Reveals how the addition of lighting and sound effects added to the mood of the story.
In the play and in the book Cronica de una muerte anunciada written by: Gabriel Garcia Marquez. There were many similarities as well as differences. The play contained additional props such as lighting and sound effects. The lights were dimmed or brightened according to the mood of the play. When the dancing scene took place at Angela Vicarios wedding the lights were bright showing the festivity that was taking place. When it was night- time the lights were dim. When Santiago Nasar's mother awoke him at five thirty in the morning, the lights were dimmed and even had a blue touch to it. When the murder of Santiago Nasar took place the lighting on the stage was red to resemble the blood of his stabbing wounds.

Some differences in the play from the book were when Bayardo San Roman first saw Angela...

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