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Magical Realism in "A Chronicle of a Death Foretold"
Transcript of Magical Realism in "A Chronicle of a Death Foretold"
- Santiago dreams of soft rain, like the one that falls at the moment of his death, this is a supernatural event, introduced into the real world as something natural (dreams becoming true)
- Widower Xius dying of sadness
- Bayardo San Roman returning, not opening a single letter
- Everyone knew of Santiago’s fate, except Santiago himself
- Grand description of the local Brothel
- Bayardo returns bride Magical Realism in A Chronicle of a Death Foretold Controversy with Magical Realism Controversy with this type of genre stems from the definition of magical realism. It can be defined by some as a significant international movement in fictional style, while others reject it as an irresponsible evasion of reality and even as a conversion of third-world suffering to entertainment. Other Thoughts... Brought to you by...