House on Mango Street

Autobiographical elements

Sandra Cisneros' early life was a subject she would later draw on as a writer in books like The House on Mango Street. She was the only daughter among seven children in her family. The story also is about the subject of migration, and about the struggles of her life during it, which included poverty, as well as misogyny.


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