Like Water for Chocolate - Chapter 9, September, Chocolate and Three Kings' Day Bread Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, September, Chocolate and Three Kings' Day Bread Summary

Tita is making Three Kings' Day Bread for guests coming this evening, and she is thinking about the celebrations of this day, held throughout her childhood. Then her biggest worry is what gifts she would receive. Now she has the complications of her love for Pedro, her sister's happiness, and the potential heartbreak she can bring to John.

Rosaura enters the kitchen asking for help with the diet that John has given her. Rosaura is suffering from serious digestive problems and has also gained much weight since the birth of her daughter. Consequently, Pedro is moving farther and farther away from her, even choosing to sleep in a separate room. Rosaura does not blame him;,she cannot bear herself either. Tita promises Rosaura she will help her with the...

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