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Bebe Moore Campbell, "Crossing Borders,"' New York Times Book Review, May 26, 1991, p. 6.

Sandra Cisneros, "Interview With Sandra Cisneros,"' in Reed Dasenbrock and Feroza Jussawalla, Interviews with Writers of the Post-Colonial World, University Press Of Mississippi, 1992.

Eduardo F. Elias, "Sandra Cisneros," Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 122 Chicano Writers, Second Series edited by Francisco A Loineli and Carl Sooley, Gale Research, 1992, pp. 77-81.

Eduardo F Elias, 'The House on Mango Street," Reference Guide to American Literature, 3rd edition, edited by Jim Kamp, Gale Research, 1994, p. 992.

Eduardo F. Elias, "Sandra Cisneros," Reference Guide to American Literature, 3rd edition, edited by Jim Kamp, Gale Research, 1994, pp. 200-02.

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