House On Mango Street By Sandra Cisneros

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The Analysis Of The Narrative “The House On Mango Street” by Sandra Cisneros Anyone who wanted to move up in the world knows that sometimes expectations are not met. The narrator is a young Latino girl who has to move around a lot because of her family’s finical situation. The story “House On Mango Street” by Sandra Cisneros, is a rapid moving narrative. It has its rises and sudden falls of expeditions the emotional aspects of the narrator are throughout the story. When the family finally purchases their new home after renting numerous apartments; she seems to be disappointed and unhappy with her parents. One reason, that she expected something better than what she had before. The second reason, she was displeased was because her parents because they built up expectations toward the new house. The third reason, she gave the impression that she was embarrassed, of where she is currently living and she hopes for a better home for herself someday.…show more content…
But in the story she is disappointed because she wanted something better than what she had. When the author says, “We had to move fast and we were using washing washroom next door carrying water over in empty milk gallons. (552) the quote explains how they were going through struggles as a family to live. The character felt like her parents hurting her feelings by parent’s building up her expectations When the author said “ they always told us that one day we would move into a house , our house would be white with trees around it, a great big yard and grass growing without a fence”. (552) she wanted to have a lavish home because of her family finical struggles they could not afford it. Everyone deserves to have a dream house, but we need to learn to be happy with the things that we can
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