Additional Resources for The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros

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Pilar E Rodriguez Aranda, interview in The Americas Review, Spring, 1990, pp 64-80.

An interview with Cisneros which focuses on the writing of The House on Mango Street as well as on the general trend of Latin as "reinventing themselves" in relation to their Culture

Mana Elena de Valdes, "In Search of Identity in Cisneros's The House on Mango Street," in The Canadian Review of American Studies, Volume 23'1 (Fall), 1992, pp. 55-72.

Emphasizes the importance of Esperanza's "highly lyrical" narrative voice.

Erlinda Gonzalez-Berry and Tey Diana Rebolledo, "Growing Up Chicano. Tomas Rivera and Sandra Cisneros," in Revista Chicano-Riquena, Volume 13'34, 1985, pp. 109-19.

Considers Cisneros' novel as an example of the growing up story which forms a general theme in Chicano literature.

Ellen McCracken, "Sandra Cisneros' The House on Mango Street: Community-Oriented Introspection and the Demys tification of Patriarchal Violence," In Breaking Boundaries: Lana Writing and Critical Readings, edited...

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