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There are all sorts of novels English American Mexican ect but they all have something that distinguish them from the rest Mexican novelist tend to write about magic and love In Laura Esquirel novel Like Water For Chocolate magic is in many peoples opinion a big part of the theme Tita the main character of the novel and she unknowing uses her cooking as magic the magic used effects almost everyone who eats Titas food Like Water For Chocolate is a novel that uses magic in ways that will effect almost everyone around the wizard that products the magic in a good or bad wayTita first love was Pedro they meet at a party thrown by the De la Garza family which Tita was sadly part of The De la Garza tradition was that the youngest daughter had to stay in the house of her mother and take care of her till the day the mother died which means that the daughter could not get married Unfortunately for Tita she was the youngest and her mother was health as a flying bird Pedro was madly in love with Tita and Tita with Pedro he wanted to take her had in marriage but in order to do this he has to ask her mother Mama Elena since her farther is dead Going by tradition Mama Elena said no but she did then ask him if he wants Rousara Tita sister instead Thinking that by marriage Titas Tita had to be part of the wedding if she liked it or not according to Mama Elena While Tita and Nacha where preparing the batter for the cake Tita told her mother that it would be best if she didnt attend the wedding Mama Elena then told her that she was and that she could not cry at the wedding After her mother left Tita began to cry above the batter and tears fell into the cake batter
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