The House on Mango Street
Originally published in 1985, and republished to coincide with the release of Cisneros' new book, Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories, this is the stunning debut noveld in a series of vignettes, it is the story of a young girl growing up in the Hispanic quarter of Chicago.
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this is diffrent from other books. while in other books you can just read and everything seem to fall into place this one gives you diffrent stories not just one. to read this you must have your mind open and try and reat to what the charators go thought. you have to take ur time and if you have to re-read the 'chapter' i for one loved it. but for others who may not see things too claerly and dont like to get a deeper meaning to things might not like it. but thouse who can think deeper then other would like it. at lest i think so...
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Told from Esperanza's point of view, The House on Mango Street is a series of short vignettes about Esperanza's feelings and experiences living in a section of Chicago. From her youthful perspective ... Read full review