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Like Water for Chocolate

Summary: Discusses the novel Like Water for Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel. Describes the theme of freedom. Describes how the female characters must fight through culture, tradition and destiny in order to achieve freedom and true happiness.
Freedom is a necessity in life that leads to growth and the gaining of experience. Like Water for Chocolate is a Mexican romance written by Laura Esquivel. In this story, characters such as Tita, Gertrudis and Mama Elena are not always permitted to act in ways which satisfy their desires. Certain aspects of their lives such as culture, tradition, or their given destiny are all reasons which constrain them, and must be ignored or dismantled in order to achieve freedom. Like Water for Chocolate brings to mind many interesting points with regards to the lives of not only Mexican, but all women. Esquivel details, through the lives of the aforementioned women, how female characters do not live an easy or oftentimes rewarding life, unless rules are broken and routine is ignored. In Like Water for Chocolate, women must fight through culture, tradition and destiny in order to achieve...

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