Like Water for Chocolate - Chapter 6, June, A Recipe for Making Matches Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, June, A Recipe for Making Matches Summary

John does not take Tita to an asylum, however. He takes her to his own home to rest and recover. John bathes her and dresses her like a child. Tita is in such deep grief she does not even speak. Some housekeeper from America brings her food, but it is bland and unfit for Tita's palate. Soon, she ventures out of her room and sits for hours with an old Indian woman who wears her hair in a thick braid around her head. The two never speak, but they communicate. Because they both love the kitchen and they can speak silently.

Eventually, John appears, instead of the old Indian woman, and she is surprised to find him there. The kitchen now looks more like a lab with scientific equipment instead of...

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