The House on Mango Street Essay | Student Essay

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The House on Mango Street: My Life in Comparison to Esperanza's

Summary: This essay is about my life in comparison to the main character, Esperanza, in Sandra Cinerso's "The House on Mango Street." The question is -compare and contrast your life and Esperanza's.
When comparing my life to Esperanza's you could say our lifestyles differ in many ways. Our cultures and belief systems, family values, and the communities we live in are all very dissimilar. We are connected in some ways in consideration of our learning experiences and ambitions. Esperanza goes through a sequence of episodes and it seems each story within the novel relates to a lesson or moral of some sort that is significant in her life. An example of this would be in chapter seven "laughter" she starts off feeling distant from her sister and a single comment that aroused their laughter showed her the similarities that they shared. In my life gaining knowledge is also from undergoing incident such as the one Esperanza had. Also Esperanza is constantly striving to achieve more then what she has. Her desire...

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