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Shocked and paralyzed of coldness in the dovecote Dr Brown rescued Tita from the ranch With her depression she made a quilt to show her melancholy It was longer than a brides train dragging from Mr Browns carriage There at the house she learned many things that Dr Brown changed her life First Tita learned how we have matches in our body Dr Brown had affection towards Tita He also was so happy to teach her many things Dr Brown shared a secret that was told from a relative of his about the matches we have in our body As you see within our bodies each of us has the elements needed to produce phosphorus Esquivel 116 Dr Brown tells her we need to take care of them You must of course take care to light the matches on at a time If a powerful emotion should ignite them all at once they would produce a splendor so dazzling that it would illuminate far beyond what we can normally see and the a brilliant tunnel would appear before our eyes revealing the path we forgot the moment we were bornEsquivel 117 This is important to the novel because it gave us a key to lead to the end of the novel when Tita and Pedro ended the story together Their excitements lighted all the matches and lead them to the tunnel that they forgot when they were born and lead them to eternal happiness together Second her feelings changed when she started to talk to Dr Brown Her emotions softened and she felt calm when she was around him Could that someone be John She was remembering the pleasant sensation that ran through her body when he took her hand in the lab Esquivel 109 Dr Brown gave her a home and food to comfort and make her happy since the ranch was the last place she wanted to be at Dr Brown wanted
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