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In the novel, Chronicle of a Death Foretold by, Gabriel Marguez, the figures lack individualization and the sociological worth determine the events of this town. The characters in this novel only observe what occurs but never attempt to stop it. The character's thought that nothing bad could occur when the bishop was coming into their city. Therefore they never thought all the threats which were made toward the main character, Nasr Santiago. The communal values evolve across spiritual occasions, having family honor and virginity. "Although the Church's betrayal is many-sided, the bishop's arrival symbolizes its collapse most obviously." (pg 195, Arnold Penuel).) Everybody was worried with his own bias and being blessed with the bishop. The priest didn't prevent the murder due to the distractions in the bishop. It seems that they did a lot of trainings, attempting to delight the bishop, to free themselves from the sin which was about to happen later this season. Even the perfunctoriness of these public's faith fits that of their bishop's blessing because he passes by without stopping: " It was a momentary illusion: the bishop started to create the sign of this cross in the atmosphere contrary to the audience on the pier, and he kept doing it mechanically, without malice or inspiration, until the ship was out of sight" There is no explanation of why the bishop hates the town, but if he does- and departure by reveals at least indifference-such an attitude is at odds with the Christian philosophy of forgiveness and love. (pg 27, Gabriel Marquez;pg 195, Arnold Penuel). Religion is assume to be a favorable centre, but instead is something they are hypocritical about. The bishop destroys all their hope of enjoyment. The bishop does not follow his religion, which needs to forgive and love, rather he shows that he hates the city. Therefore by fate the town becomes bad with one murder. Santiago's murder looks the crucifixion of Christ. "It appears like a stigma of the crucified Christ." This detail fits with the belief the thers create liberally throughout their assault that they are nailing Santiago to the wooden door. (pg 99, Gabreil Marguez; pg. 197, Arnold Penuel). The situation which Santiago was murdered relate closely with Christ's story. Santiago was murdered to get somebody else's evil action, in other words, he had been a forfeit to the city's si...