Like Water for Chocolate
A Novel in Monthly Installments, With Recipes, Romances, and Home RemediesBook - 1992
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When Tita is born, her mother is chopping onions, causing Tita in the womb to weep so violently that she is born prematurely. Food becomes a necessary way of life for Tita, who is forbidden by Mexican tradition from every marrying--her purpose is to take care of her deplorable mother until her de... Read More »
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With food running through all of her prose...."wrapped up like a taco, the baby was sleeping peacefully"....
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