Compare And Contrast Hunger Of Memory By Sandra Cisneros
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Sandra Cisneros, “Only Daughter,” has conflict between herself and her father when she receives an education other than the expectations her father had in mind. Richard Rodriguez, “Hunger of Memory,” is no longer close to his family due to the success he gained from education, he forgets about the culture he was born in. Despite the differences Sandra Cisneros and Richard Rodriguez face, both depict how education is important through the use of anaphora, epiphany, and irony.
Cisneros, “To yet another Chicago flat, another Chicago neighborhood, another Catholic school.” she moved schools, but it didn’t discourage her from becoming a writer. Rodriguez “The name on the door. The name on my passport. The name I carry from my parents–who are no