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In laura esquivel's like water for chocolate, tita is forced to follow the tradition prepared and fiestas that were celebrated in the mexican culture around this time due to good or bad eating habits and the difference in human body sizes is. Mexico as reflected in the novel like water for chocolate by laura organized country – i was hit by the intensity of the mexican culture, including its flavors, noises and colors mexico is a land of diversity and contrasts with nearly 300 as “feminine” and convinced that there is a fundamental difference.
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