Like Water For Chocolate Como Agua Para Chocolate. Laura Esquivel, born in Mexico, 1950 Grew up in Mexico City; attended Escuela Normal de Maestros "I grew up in a modern home, but my grandmother lived across the street in an old house that was built when churches were illegal in Mexico. .
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Like Water For ChocolateThemes
Duty and Responsibility, Obedience
Cruelty and violence
Supernatural: Magic Realism
Love and passion
We’ve already discussed that food operates (symbolizes…) as sustenance, magic, aphrodisiac, and an article of control and manipulation…
But how else does Tita use food?