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Unformatted text preview: a woman must endure and carry out in a world dominated by machismo; if she is a bitch, she a good one. In Delicious Death the still shows a firm presence towards her kid, yet again, she also shows the fears and love that a loving parent has. She has a softer side that cannot help the fact that her growing son has turned into a man. Perhaps the hunting never happen or the meal never took place, however, it would be an amazing metaphor as in how a parent has the sunken filling of seeing a son being shape and change by the word. By ending with Swallowing, swallowing this delicious death. the author demonstrates how she has come to accept that change is Ruiz inevitable, but also necessary, and perhaps good. I believe she struggles, and enjoys the changes her son is making....
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