Chronicle of a Death Foretold - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

The narrator tells the readerAngela Vicario’s upset groom is Bayardo San Román, a man who arrived in the village just six months prior to his wedding with the purpose of finding himself a bride. The narrator’s mother provides him with information about the new man in town while the narrator is out of town attending school. According to Luisa, most of the women in the town considered him to be quite charming. He had a way of speaking that worked to conceal, not reveal, information. He worked as a track engineer for railways. Bayardo seemed to be able to do anything and everything and do it well.

After the wedding Luisa confesses to her son her positive option of Bayardo was swayed and she finds him frightful; he reminds her of the devil. She never told him this in her letters because he...

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