Sandra Cisneros | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Jacqueline Doyle

This literature criticism consists of approximately 48 pages of analysis & critique of Sandra Cisneros.
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Critical Essay by Jacqueline Doyle

SOURCE: Doyle, Jacqueline. “More Room of Her Own: Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street.MELUS 19, no. 4 (winter 1994): 5-35.

In the following essay, Doyle discusses the ways The House on Mango Street broadens the white middle-class feminist perspective expressed in Virginia Woolf's essay A Room of One's Own to include a working-class Chicana feminist perspective.

“Books continue each other,” Virginia Woolf told an audience of young women some sixty years ago, “in spite of our habit of judging them separately” (Room [A Room of One's Own] 84). Books such as Ellen Moers's Literary Women, Elaine Showalter's A Literature of Their Own, Patricia Meyer Spacks's The Female Imagination, Tillie Olsen's Silences, and Alice Walker's In...

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