Like Water for Chocolate Essay | Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Like Water for Chocolate.
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Like Water for Chocolate: Women of the De La Garza Family

Summary: The women of the De La Garza family in Like Water For Chocolate are analyzed. Included are explorations of what binds them together, what pulls them apart, and characterizations of each.
In the book Like Water for Chocolate, the women of the De La Garza family are all very strong in their own ways. Each of the three sisters Tita, Gertrudis, and Rosaura and the mother Mama Elena have special strengths and qualities that best describe them.

Tita is a good hearted and strong spirited woman. Mama Elena only made Tita stronger by the way she treated her. Tita looks up to Gertrudis because she is happy and got to do what she wanted, when she wanted and with whom she wanted. In the end I believe she was happy but at very high price to pay, her life. Tita loves everyone in her family even the ones who treated her badly and this is what binds her to them. Tita has some hatred towards her mother because of her not letting her marry and also shows some hatred...

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