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The House on Mango Street Acclaimed By Critics, Beloved By Readers Of All Ages, Taught Everywhere From Inner City Grade Schools To Universities Across The Country, And Translated All Over The World, The House On Mango Street Is The Remarkable Story Of Esperanza Cordero Told In A Series Of Vignettes Sometimes Heartbreaking, Sometimes Deeply Joyous It Is The Story Of A Young Latina Girl Growing Up In Chicago, Inventing For Herself Who And What She Will Become Few Other Books In Our Time Have Touched So Many Readers

About the Author: Sandra Cisneros

www.macondofoundation.org , and is Writer in Residence at Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio She lives in San Antonio, Texas.

10 thoughts on “The House on Mango Street

  1. says:

    Ever since middle school when I discovered the writings of the amigas, I have jumped at the opportunity to read novels written by Hispanic women Despite my life long love of this genre, I have never until now had the privilege of reading Sandra Cisneros A House on Mango

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    It s a little after 2am I m having the dreams The ones that blindside me and have that weird echo is or isn t this real Sleep isn t going to happen What s new I leave my room to check out the house Doors locked Check Kids asleep Check whoa, hold up a minute Em is awake She s si

  3. says:

    Book Review 4 out of 5 stars to The House on Mango Street, a short series of vignettes published in 1984 and written by Sandra Cisneros Picture it Long Island, August 1995 18 year old college student receives a letter in the mail, revealing two books he must read prior to at

  4. says:

    I make a story for my life, for each step my brown shoe takes Esperanza Cordero, a Mexican American girl living in poverty, gives a soaring voice to a multitude of characters who otherwise would remain in darkness all their pitiful lives Echoing the undying optimism even in the most

  5. says:

    Partly biographical, partly fiction, this wonderful book by Sandra Cisneros is an influential coming of age story that is still being used in schools today Cisneros, born in Chicago in 1954 to Mexican parents, an only girl with 7 brothers, experienced a transient early childhood as the family moved

  6. says:

    The description on goodreads describes this as a novel It is not a novel It isn t a collection of stories either The word is vignette snapshots of significant moments, people, in young Esperanza s day to day life, sprinkled with her understanding that she will leave this House on Mango Street, and the Hou

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    Original pub date 1984 This is another one of those reading list classics that I figured I should try Especially since it s really short The book consists entirely of vignettes from the author s childhood in a poor section of Chicago The writing is beautiful and spare no vignette is longer that 2 or 3 pages and the fon

  9. says:

    I found the introduction filled with unintended ironies Cisneros said she wanted to write a book that you could turn to any page and find it accessible For one thing, she said she was abandoning quotation marks to streamline the typography and make the page as simple and readable as possible Really Personally, as far as I m c

  10. says:

    A short sequence of colorful vignettes, full of vivid dialogue and striking images, The House on Mango Street tells the coming of age tale of its protagonist Esperanza Written in simple prose that often borders on poetry, the novel takes on difficult subjects such as grief, oppression, poverty, and shame, as well as themes of

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