The House on Mango Street

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Arte Pâublico Press, 1983 - Fiction - 103 pages
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THE ESOL READER'S COMPANION SERIES provides intermediate-level students of English with study guides to help them better understand and enjoy the original novels, and , at the same time, enhance the language learning process. Each READER'S COMPANION includes a variety of reading strategies as well as numerous writing activities. The discussion sections offer opportunities for classroom interaction. A special shrink-wrapped package of each novel with its respective READER'S COMPANION is available at a discounted price.

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User Review  - Franky - Goodreads

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

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User Review  - Cheryl in CC NV - Goodreads

Read years ago when I was in college getting my BS in Elementary Education. What an eye-opener for this middle-America middle-class young white woman! Lovely & intense as I recall. Reread Jan. 2013 ... Read full review

Contents

The House on Mango Street
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Cathy Queen of Cats
14
Gils Furniture Bought Sold
20
Copyright

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About the author (1983)

Sandra Cisneros was born to a Mexican father and a Mexican American mother in Chicago in 1954. Cisneros has worked as a college recruiter, an arts administrator, a teacher to high school dropouts, and a poet. She has also visited numerous colleges around the country as a visiting writer. Cisneros was awarded the Before Columbus American Book award for her collection of stories entitled The House on Mango Street, and is also the author of My Wicked Wicked Ways, a volume of poetry. Cisneros currently resides in San Antonio, Texas.

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