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Like Water for Chocolate: July

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Shannon Moore

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Transcript of Like Water for Chocolate: July

July: Ox-tail Soup Like Water for Chocolate Magical Realism Chencha's Character page 136 The Lettuce Mama Elena's Secret Box Tita Love Triangle Brief review Where is Tita now?
Who is she staying with?
What is her mental/emotional state? What was the difference between the magical realism examples where Tita is at John’s house and when she is back at the ranch? Chencha's lying lying=surviving: page 127
Chencha's lie: page 128-129 Do you think learning more about
Chencha’s character is going to be significant? Mama Elena
Vs.
Tita Personality switch page 129 Ox-tail soup Why can only Mama Elena taste the bitterness?-page 134 What does the lettuce
represent/symbolize? What was in the box? Historical Research Why Negroes and Mexicans did not get along during the civil war. Do you think that Mama Elena has been trying to protect Tita from heartbreak like the one she experienced all this time? John Pedro Why do you think Tita decides to marry John
instead of waiting for Pedro? Do you think Tita has finally
gotten over Pedro? Why does Pedro seem unphased when he sees Tita with John? Work Cited Esquivel, Laura. Like Water for Chocolate: A Novel in Monthly Installments, with Recipes, Romances, and Home Remedies. New York: Doubleday, 1992. Print. http://www.icl-fi.org/english/wv/934/mexican-american.html
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