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What does the passage reveal about gender roles in Esquivel’s culture?

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William Cain on December 18, 2018

The response options are :A) Women work in the kitchen to prepare the meals, but they are humble about their work.B) Women are great priestesses and alchemists who work with the elements.C) Women are seen as sacred and holy priestess of the earth.D) The passage does not speak of gender roles.Correct answer choice is :A) Women work in the kitchen to prepare the meals, but they are humble about their work.Explanation:In the novel of Laura Esquivel, Like Water for Chocolate, food, and tradition are the main components of the book such as the central part of the Mexican tradition. Esquivel's novel is very different from most books. Mexican women play an important role in the life of the family and should know how to cook the food. The strength of Mexican women to produce dishes is one that has become a large culture in Mexico.


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