Laura Esquível’s 1992 novel, Like Water for Chocolate, is the story of a Mexican family living in Mexico during the early part of the Twentieth century. The central conflict in the story arises when the widowed mother, Mama Elena, refuses to allow her youngest daughter, Tita, to marry Pedro, with whom she shares a mutual love.
By: Laura Esquível
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