Here you go: (Only pay me if you think it's okay) I removed a few redundancies, errors, etc.
After reading A Chronicle of a Death Foretold by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, I never realized the huge part a woman's role could have played in Santiago Nasar's death. The interactive oral helped me form better ideas that I did not have before. It helped me rationalize reasons why Santiago was killed and helped me understand why the Vicario brothers' wanted to murder Santiago.
After the interactive oral, I realized that culture could have played an important role in A Chronicle of a Death Foretold. I did not know that honor killing was a big cultural thing in Columbia. The fact that honor is highly important to the people led me to believe that Angela Vicario could have easily planted the blame on Santiago because she plotted to kill Santiago due to his womanizing nature. Another theory is that Angela was protecting the person she actually lost her virginity to; she probably loved the man who took her virginity so she used Santiago Nasar as a scapegoat so her lover would not take the blame.
After putting together the possibilities of what could have happened, I believe that Angela lost her virginity to another man and simply used Santiago as a scapegoat because she did not like Santiago's womanizing personality. My theory suggests that Angela made a win-win situation for herself.
An unknown point that I discussed in the interactive oral was that Santiago could be considered a Christ figure because of how he died. He was stabbed in the palm, slashed in the stomach, and was pinned to the door by the blades. This scene is almost an exact depiction of how Jesus was crucified on the cross. This addition of religious ideals could be connected to how Columbia was a place that revolved around Christianity or Catholicism. We can also relate the priest as part of the Christ figure theory because maybe if he were not distracted by the bishop's visit, Santiago would have been able to escape and not die by the Vicario brothers' hands.