She matures throughout her stay on Mango Street. The novel has confused many critics and readers because it reads like poetry, yet in actuality it is a narrative. Cisneros writes in lyrical yet deceptively simple language.
The House on Mango Street is about a girl named Esperanza, and she is trying to find her place on mango street, and her place in life.
In literature point of view is important because with it the audience can form an understanding of what is being told in the story and form an opinion about the characters, setting, and tone.
Keep away from him, she says. Esperanza tells us that she is scared of them, which makes me wonder why she would be afraid of them. The ambiguity of her name presents a bi-cultural identity dilemma However, both