"Chronicle of a Death Foretold" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Chronicle of a Death Foretold is an account of the killing of Santiago Nasar. Told 27 years after the crime by an unnamed narrator (arguably García Márquez himself) who returns to the village where he once lived to put back together "the broken mirror of memory," the story is constructed from the fragmented and often conflicting versions of events as they are remembered by the townspeople and by the narrator himself. Santiago lived with his mother, Placida Linero; their cook, Victoria Guzman; and her daughter, Divina Flor. Santiago's father, Ibrahim Nasar, has died three yea…
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