The House On Mango Street [PDF][Epub][Mobi] – By Sandra Cisneros
- on Feb 18, 2022
Sandra Cisneros wrote the novel House on Mango Street in 1984. With a progression of vignettes, it relates the story of Esperanza Cordero, a 12-year-old Chicana girl experiencing childhood in the Hispanic quarter of Chicago.
Would you like to start reading this amazing novel? Download The House On Mango Street Epub, PDF today, and start reading the book right now.
In Esperanza Cordero’s The House on Mango Street Epub, a young Chicana lady resides in a devastated Chicago neighborhood with her parents and three siblings for a year. Esperanza, the storyteller, begins the book by explaining how her family originally arrived on Mango Street. The family moved often before they got used to their new home, a little and summary structure with disintegrating red blocks.
Since then, the family has wandered from one place to another, constantly longing for the guaranteed place that they can call home. When they show up at the house on Mango Street, which is, at last, their own home, it isn’t the guaranteed place that their fantasies are based on. In response to their discouragement, the guardians assured them that this isn’t the end of the moving process. It’s only a temporary stop before moving into the house they’ve been promised. The house on Mango Street was an improvement over her family’s previous residences.
About The Author:
American author Sandra Cisneros was born on December 20, 1954. Her first novel, The House on Mango Street (1983), and her ensuing collection of short stories, Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories (1991), are her most popular works.