The House on Mango Street Essay | Fighting for Women

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Fighting for Women

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the book "House on Mango Street" by Sandra Caseros.
The women in the 1960's were not treated like sliced bread. They had very limited rights. Sandra Caseros, the author, wrote this book during the time the Women's Rights protests were going on. So many women to this date have been violated because of their mental and physical strength. In The House on Mango Street men knew that the women were very polite and had a hard time saying no, they used that to their advantage. In this book a little girl named Esperanza is growing up into a young woman. Esperanza lives in a life of poverty and her only friends are her sisters, Lucy and Rachel. She was always told by her father that soon one day she will have a big house with real stairs like on T.V. She would write about what would go on in her neighborhood. She would also write...

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