The House on Mango Street Essay | House on Mango Street

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House on Mango Street

Summary: Reviews and summarizes the book House on Mango Street, by Sandra Cisneros. Describes the main character, Esperanza. Details how Cisneros uses imagery and metaphorical language in the book to explain Esperanzas' internal and external conflicts.
In the book "The House on Mango Street" Esperanza is faced with the facts of life living in a lower class neighborhood with her family. The book "The House of Mango Street" is a journal for Esperanza, where we puts her opinions of people and writes her view of the world. There are four main characters, Esperanza, Lucy, Rachel and Nenny. Sandra Cisneros also does great work in the imagery and metaphorical language in the book, along with Esperanzas' internal and external conflicts.

The main characters in the book are Esperanza, the writer, Nenny, Esperanzas' younger sister, Lucy and Rachel, their friends from across the street. Esperanza is the main character in the book as the aspect that she is the writer. This is her journal and these are her opinions, thoughts, and views of the world. Nenny is Esperanzas' younger sister who tags along with...

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