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Passion Vs. Security in Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

Summary: An essay discussing the choice between passionate love or secure love. Idea from reading the book 'Like Water for Chocolate'.
In the book Like Water for Chocolate, Tita has to choose between passion or stability. There is no man in between with whom she can spend her life. Though Pedro is not very caring and supportive, he and Tita have an enormous passion for one another. John does all he can to make Tita happy and cares about her a lot, but this is not enough to overcome their lack of passion.

The movie The Notebook is a story about a girl named Allie who falls in love with Noah when she is a teenager. Noah is not as economically well off as Allie, but they are in love. They are separated by Allie's parents, who disapprove of Noah's poor family and move away with Allie. For an entire year, Noah writes to her daily, but her mother doesn't show Allie the letters. After not hearing from each...

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