Leaving Mango Street Analysis

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Growing up I heard a lot of different terms. The saying “But I know how those things go” kinds means you’ve been there and you’ve done that, and that’s how you know how things go. Another example would if in the past you loaned friend money but that friend never paid you back. But then later that same friend came again and asked to borrower money again. Well you do know how that’s gonna go that friend may not pay you back once again.

The term “People like us” is usually used when speaking, or thinking negative of another race or culture. Unfortunately me being Black I’ve heard this term way too much. I have said in the past and maybe just the other day to my son look at those officers pulling over than man. It’s one black man and two police
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Writing has become my form of relaxation when I’m stressed sad or just need to say something that can’t be said out loud. Esperanza was a good writer who had big dreams of leaving Mango Street. Her writing allowed her to not just dream but to actually express her feelings on paper for most to see when she was ready.
23. The three sisters tell Esperanza, "When you leave you must remember to come back for the others." What do they mean by this? In what way does Esperanza reconcile her longings to escape Mango Street with her loyalty to her origins? How might a writer like Cisneros come to terms with leaving a place like Mango Street? How would you choose to remain faithful to a place you needed to leave?
The three sister meaning of “When you leave you must remember to come back for the others” Most of the time in certain families the family look for one of the children to make it big and make it out situation they’ve grown up in. So when one makes it out the plan is always come back for family. One I moved to Arizona from Indiana a lot of my family was angry with me and my mother because we just needed a change in scenery. Thankfully they got over it.
How might a writer like Cisneros come to terms with leaving a place like Mango

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