Like Water for Chocolate Essay | Essay

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Like Water for Chocolate (quail in a Rose Petal Sauce) by Laura Esquivel

Summary: Although Mexico had been independent from Spain since the early nineteenth century; their governments were continually overwhelmed by internal and external conflicts. In the early part of the twentieth century, revolution tore the country apart
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The tragic death of Nacha had become a very devastating part of Tita that had ever happened to her. This was because Nacha had been a great part of Tita's life. She was more likely to be the person whom Tita would run to if things wouldn't go on her way and if she feels that her life was full of mischief. In addition to that, the miserable death caused Tita to be the chief cook within the ranch, which was the role of Nacha before she passed away.

."..a bouquet becomes a banquet..." One enchanting night, Tita had transformed a bouquet coming from her forbidden lover, Pedro, as a banquet for the dela Garza family. The dinner that Tita had prepared gained a lot of compliment from Pedro, which had caused jealousy and grudge unto Rosaura. Flowers aren't really very odd thing to use when we...

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