Como Agua Para Chocolate Analysis

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Como agua para chocolate is about Tita De la Garza, the youngest daughter in the family, who is forbidden to marry the love of her life Pedro. Her mother, Mama Elena, is a strict, abusive and psychopath whose main goal in life is to keep Tita as a slave and forced her older sister, Rosaura to wed Pedro instead. To make the situation worse, her other sister, Gertrudis, is kidnapped by a general in the revolutionary army and ends up working in a brothel. Additionally, her mother figure, and culinary guru, Nacha, passes away. After Nacha dies, she keeps her close by cooking and continuing on the family recipes. Cooking, for Tita, is a form of therapy especially chicken enchiladas that are good for the soul. It helps her through physical and mental

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