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Rosaura , pregnant with their first child, cries when she realizes the roses are for Tita. She learns that it is most merciful to kill the quail without hesitation. Tita reflects that her mother is talented at killing quickly, except in the case of Tita herself, who Mama Elena has been killing slowly throughout her life.
After years of abuse and with the loss of Pedro and Nacha, Tita is aware that she is slowly losing parts of herself at the hands of Mama Elena. Yet, true to her resilient spirit, she continues to cling to whatever autonomy she can, particularly through her role as cook. Active Themes. Tradition vs. Related Quotes with Explanations. The novel flashes back to the one occasion when Rosaura tried cooking to compete with Tita, resulting in sick stomachs for the whole family.
Rosaura, stricken with morning sickness, barely eats. Feeling a rush of sexual desire, she begins to imagine herself naked with the captain of a rebel troop who caught her eye in the village the week before. Gertrudis looks to Tita, but Tita is staring at Pedro. Though Tita and Pedro are forbidden from touching or even speaking, they discover food as a means for transmitting their forbidden feelings and desires. Gertrudis is open to the possibility of love, and her body receives and responds to the sexual energy Tita and Pedro share.