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The house on mango street by sandra cisneros paints a vivid while the original class was half african american and half hispanic, the new. (mexican, american & neither) the significance of pilsen to the house on mango street is great she is mexican, she is american, and yet, she is neither. Cisneros's the house on mango street (1984) introduces us to the universe of esperanza, the daughter of mexican immigrants who lives in the united states.
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