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Surname 1 Student’s name Professor’s name Course Date Like Water for Chocolate INTRODUCTION Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel is a novel written in the twentieth century and the written has highlighted some cultural aspects in her literature work that were also affecting the society at that time. The writer lived in Mexican societal background and had highlighted the issues that were in her society in her novel which include Mexican revolution, religion, child rearing, food, and punishment and marriage law. The comparison of the writers novel time to the actual time in accordance to the relative aspects have been stated below and the reason why the written tackled the issues have been stated in work below. My goal for this paper is to pinpoint the different aspects that existed in the society during the time when the writer was writing the novel and how she had to relate address the issues in her literature work, compare and contrast the aspects and highlight the possible reasons why the writer had to write it. The aspects were the following: MEXICAN REVOLUTION In the novel, ‘Like Waters for Chocolate’ by Laura Esquivel brought out clearly the aspect of revolution in the book which is in line with the Mexican revolution that was happening
Surname 2 at the time when the novel was being written. Mexican revolution happened in the 20 th century whereby Mexican social and political systems were challenged. The revolution also provided a suitable platform for one to question the existing values and structures as per the context of the book. Mexican revolution referred to the time of change whereby there was conflict between the old government and the new rebels as they opposed the politics of that time and era. This explains the start of new ways of governance and social life in the society and marks the end of old regime. A revolution, therefore, brings about disorder, violence and some sort of conflicts that eventually leads to suffering and puts human life in danger. According to ‘Laura’ the revolution in the novel implies that there is always change occurring to someone or anything at a given time.

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