What information does indeed the first paragraph of the book offer you about the storyplot that will unfold? Inside the first paragraph, the author mentions that the victim, Santiago Nasar was going to die. Marquez says that on your day of his predisposed loss of life Santiago Nasar woke up at five-thirty to wait for the bishop who was simply arriving to town that morning hours. Marquez also mentions that Santiago acquired dreams to be "spattered with parrot shit" and "soaring alone within an aircraft. " Supposedly, the mom did not notice much about her son's ominous dreams and disregarded them completely. Why doesn't Victoria Guzman warn Santiago Nasar about the men who are going to get rid of him?