Table of contents for The house on Mango Street / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.


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Introduction
Biographical Sketch
The Story Behind the Story
List of Characters
Summary and Analysis
Critical Views 
Jody Norton on History, Rememory, Transformation 
Maria Elena De Valdés on Esperanza?s Search for Identity
Thomas Matchie on Literary Continuity  
Michelle Scalise Sugiyama on the Eroticism of Feet  
Leslie S. Gutiérrez-Jones on the Re-Building of the Barrio  
Ellen McCracken on Demystification of Patriarchal Violence
Tomoko Kuribayashi on Space and Bilingualism  
Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano on Chicana Feminist Perspective
María Herrera-Sobek on the Politics of Rape 
Julián Olivares on the Poetics of Space
Maria Szadziuk on Becoming a Woman in Bi-Ethnic Space
Leslie Petty on the ?Dual?-ing images of la Malinche and la Virgen de Guadalupe  
Jacqueline Doyle on Personal Space
Works by Sandra Cisneros
Annotated Bibliography 
Acknowledgements
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cisneros, Sandra, House on Mango Street Juvenile literature, Mexican Americans in literature Juvenile literature, Chicago (Ill, ) In literature Juvenile literature, Girls in literature Juvenile literature, Cisneros, Sandra, House on Mango Street, Mexican Americans in literature, American literature History and criticism, Authors, American