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Candidate Number 0186-022 Food is a necessity in life People all around the word need food to survive Though food can be served in different styles depending on the culture it is basically served for the same purpose of providing energy for survival Interesting enough people nowadays usually discuss different issues over meals whether it is about business matter or just a family reunion In The Wild Geese and The House of the Spirits both authors use food to foreshadow the separationreunion of people Though Ogai Mori and Isabel Allende are from two opposite cultures the two authors still use similar food to foreshadow separationreunion between lovers and family members Both authors of The Wild Geese and The House of the Spirits use alcohol to foreshadow both the separationreunion of family members and couples Right from the beginning of The House of the Spirits Allende describes Rosas death after drinking the wine that sent for her father After the party Rosa had developed a chill and was told to be given sugared lemonade with a splash of liquor to help bring down her fever 25 After Rosa has drank the lemonade25 Rosa has died the next morning right after Nana has prepared breakfast for the family When Nana has set breakfast down carefully beside the bed and walked slowly to the window she was not at all surprised to see Rosa lying dead upon the bed 26 After thorough inspection the doctors has concluded that Rosa had swallowed an extraordinary quantity of rat poison 29 from the wine she drank as a cure of her flu Thus the decanter containing half a gallon of the best brandy in the country from the party foreshadowed not only the separation of Rosa and rest of her family but also the separation of Clara from her family Candidate Number 0186-022 for this incident made Clara to decide not to speak
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