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The Inspiration Voice of Sandra Cisneros

Summary: Sandra Cisneros is a famous Hispanic-American author, whose biographical "The House on Mango Street" details her childhood of poverty in the continual migration between Chicago and Mexico City. She overcame her difficult upbringing through education, realizing along the way that her personal stories provided a wealth of writing material.
Growing up as the only girl in a family of nine, Sandra Cisneros learned the hardships of life in a poverty-stricken family. Born on December 20th, 1954, Sandra Cisneros was the middle child in her family, with six other brothers. Though born in Chicago, Cisneros grew up in a Spanish-speaking household due to constant migration between Chicago and Mexico City in search of work. Cisnero's father was Mexican and her mother was a Chicana, a Mexican-American women.

Unlike the cliche family of the fifties, The Cisneros family did not grow up in a large home with a green lawn and a white picket fence. Sandra Cisneros was constantly on the move, leaving little time for long-term friendships, thus resulting in loneliness. Though this depression and feeling on loneliness was hard for Cisneros to cope with, it lead to the discovery of one of her greatest...

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