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An Analysis of The House on Mango Street. In the novel, The House on Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros describes the problems that Latino women face in a society that treats them as second class citizens. A society that is dominated by men, and about a society that values women for what they look like, and not.
By the time we got to Mango Street we were six-Mama, Papa, Carlos, Kiki, my sister Nenny and me. The house on Mango Street is ours, and we don't have to pay rent to anybody, or share the yard with the people downstairs, or be careful not to make too much noise, and there isn't.
The symbolic importance of the clothes to they girls is shown one day when the girls are given a of high heeled shoes that Esperanza calls "magic high-heels." When the girls put on the shoes they felt like Cinderella. They spend time learning how to cross and uncross their legs and how to walk.
She is one of the few characters who is not from Mexico or Latin America. Minor characters in order of appearance Carlos and Kiki - Esperanzas younger brothers. Carlos and Kiki appear infrequently, and Esperanza explains that they live in a different, male world. Meme Ortiz - The new resident of Cathys house. Memes real.