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Essay | House on Mango Street

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House on Mango Street

Summary: House on Mango Street is a book that is about the reading level of a second grader. It is a book that is easy to read, but to understand it. That is a whole other ballgame. In the novel the main character Esperanza struggles with this whole idea of house.

House on Mango Street is a book that is about the reading level of a second grader. It is a book that is easy to read, but to understand it. That is a whole other ballgame. In the novel the main character Esperanza struggles with this whole idea of house, and how it is just that.

The novel starts off on Loomis Street on the third floor. So right there you know it is an apartment and her family probably pays rent. So there fore it does not belong to them. Then a little further in the novel she says that her parents said, that someday they would move into a house. A house with running water and no leaky pipes, and real stairs that were inside the house, not hallway stairs, a basement and at least three washrooms, with grass, tress and no fence. Something...

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This section contains 584 words
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