Professor Vasconcelos Hammock
21 January 2012
Sandra Cisneros was born the daughter of a Mexican-American mother and a Mexican immigrant father. She grew up as the only daughter of a family of 7 children. The family frequently moved back and forth bet
It was a cold and windy day, a perfect day to uncover secrets and truths about writers I had heard of, but new little about. I entered the library to escape the weather and lose myself in books about Sandra Ciseneros and the characters she creates in her poems and stories. I began m
By Sandra Cisneros
The novel “Caramelo” by Sandra Cisneros deals with the issues of a young ¾ Mexican girl named Lala, who grows up with a father described as “traditional” and a mother described as “modern and tolerant” (grey box p. 44)
In the first excerpt our main charact
from Latina: Women's Voices From the Borderlands. Edited by Lillian Castillo-Speed. New York:
Touchstone/Simon & Schuster, 1995.
Once, several years ago, when I was
just starting out my writing career, I was
asked to write my own contributor’s note for
Norma E. Davis
Steven G. Kellman
December 6, 2011
El Titulo, The Title: Translation in Sandra Cisneros’s Caramelo According to Bill Johnson Gonzales Through His Article “The Politics of Translation in Sandra Cisneros’s Caramelo: Translation, Defamiliarization, Ethics”
By: Sandra Cisneros
The narrator in "Eleven" possesses a blend of eleven-year-old immaturity and understanding beyond her years that help define the story through the use of figurative language. She doesn't have very good control of her emotions. To break down crying because of...
English 1 Period 1
December 6, 2012
“One day I’ll own my house, but I won’t forget who I am or where I came from.” Says Sandra Cisneros. As a young child, Cisneros enjoyed reading many books. One of them was The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton which is one of the reasons...
Cisneros & The House on Mango St.
When you watch the television and see all of these great success stories of people, especially people of color, making it out of the projects, it’s more than likely that you’ll about the struggles they faced during their upbringing. Not to mention that we lov
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The short story refers to a work of fiction that is usually written in prose, usually in narrative format. This format or medium tends to be more po
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