Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquirel (16/32)

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Although Tita, the protagonist of this work of magical realism, is certainly independent in her own right, it is her sister Gertrudis who truly exemplifies what it means for a woman to make her own choices. With every societal norm she defies, Gertrudis inspires readers to do more than follow the path to our fulfillment; she challenges us to create the path ourselves.

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