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La Virgen de Guadalupe . . .Like every woman who maters to me, I have had to search for her in the rubble of history. And I have found her. She is Guadalupe the sex goddess, a goddess who makes me feel good about my sexual power, my sexual energy - Sandra Cisneros, Chicana Author

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Sandra Cisneros PowerPoint: Introduction to The House on Mango Street

This colorful PowerPoint introduces both the author, Sandra Cisneros, and the book, The House on Mango Street. It includes a picture and short bio of the author, a definition of vignette with activity, and a link to a video clip of Sandra speaking about herself and her writing with a follow up journ...

Sandra Cisneros is on PBS NewsHour! Cisneros sat down with Jeffrey Brown at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington to discuss her new book of… Chicano, The House On Mango Street, 9th Grade English, Sandra Cisneros, Poetry Foundation, Biography Books, Hispanic Culture, Personal Narratives, Hispanic Heritage

Sandra Cisneros

Sandra Cisneros is a Mexican-American novelist, poet, and short story writer. Her books include The House on Mango Street, Caramelo, and Woman Hollering Creek. She is the recipient of a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts as well as a Macarthur “Genius” Grant. Cisneros was born in Chicago in 1954, the only girl among seven siblings. The family shuttled between Chicago and Mexico City before finally settling in the area of Chicago known as Humbolt Park, a neighborhood…

Novelist, poet, activist and Chicana Literary Icon Sandra Cisneros Sandra Cisneros, The House On Mango Street, Cultura General, Badass Women, Historical Pictures, Women In History, Strong Women, Role Models, Amazing Women

Author of The House on Mango Street

A link to Sandra Cisneros's personal website. FULL of information for the Cisneros fan and scholar.

“Just looking at the things, to me, the objects that I chose and the arrangement of them and the colors will be like reading a book,” ~Sandra Cisneros Dragon Lady, Female Dragon, The House On Mango Street, Mother Memory, Sandra Cisneros, Wicked Ways, Eclectic Design, Altars, Writers

Author’s ‘altar’ keeps late mother’s memory alive

Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street, is constructing an altar at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in memory of her mother, Elvira “Vera” Cisneros.

House & Home of Sandra Cisneros "a space for myself to go, clean as paper before the poem" - The House on Mango Street The House On Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros, Great Pictures, San Antonio, Sweet Home, To Go, Outdoor Structures, Nice, Outdoor Decor

House & Home of Sandra Cisneros <3 "a space for myself to go, clean as paper before the poem" - The House on Mango Street <3

Our books are our medicine: Sandra Cisneros. Reading The House on Mango Street made me realize writing about identity and heritage was a valuable and important thing to do. National Book Festival, The House On Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros, Motivational Words, She Likes, Fairy Tales, Identity, Street Art, Medicine

Sandra Cisneros Discusses Fairy Tales, Where She Likes To Read

The following is an interview with author Sandra Cisneros, conducted at the National Book Festival in Washington, D.C. She is best known for her first no...

Read "Have You Seen Marie?" by Sandra Cisneros available from Rakuten Kobo. Have You Seen Marie? showcases the storytelling magic of Sandra Cisneros, beloved author of The House on Mango Street an. Sandra Cisneros, Sandro, New Books, Good Books, Books 2016, The House On Mango Street, Search For Someone, Penguin Random House, Home

49 Hottest Fall Books

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La Casa en Mango Street Written by Sandra Cisneros Translated by Elena Poniatowska Sandra Cisneros, Sandro, Great Books, My Books, The House On Mango Street, Penguin Random House, Manga, Audio Books, Literature

La casa en Mango Street (The House on Mango Street)|Paperback

Elogiado por la crítica, admirado por lectores de todas las edades, en escuelas y universidades de todo el país y traducido a una multitud

Chicana author Sandra Cisneros reveals pain and suffering were inspiration for latest book The House On Mango Street, Sandra Cisneros, Hispanic Women, The Encounter, First Novel, Latest Books, Make Time, Inspire Me, Stuff To Do

Chicana author Sandra Cisneros reveals pain and suffering were inspiration for latest book

Sandra Cisneros, perhaps best known for her first novel, “The House on Mango Street,” is an author whose descriptive, lyrical…

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Intersections: When Languages Collide

As a child, writer Sandra Cisneros turned to fairy tales to escape from her run down surroundings. Their highly stylized language inspired her own distinct literary voice, which blends Spanish-language rhythms and cadences into English to tell stories of a cross-cultural world. For Intersections, a series on artists' influences, Cisneros tells NPR's Felix Contreras how she finds inspiration in the collision of languages.

Cooking Tamales For The Beatles: Guest DJ Sandra Cisneros Latin American Literature, Sandra Cisneros, Spanish Culture, Book Writer, English Language, The Beatles, Dj, Interview, Author

Cooking Tamales For The Beatles: Guest DJ Sandra Cisneros

The celebrated Chicana author swings by to discuss life, literature and the music that moves her.

Hairs/Pelitos—"Everybody in our family has different hair"/ "Todos en nuestra familia tenemos pelo diferente," begins this rhythmic, bilingual picture book taken from acclaimed novelist/short-story writer Cisneros's The House on Mango Street. Sandra Cisneros, The House On Mango Street, Get To Know You Activities, English Story, Spanish English, Story Writer, Mentor Texts, Read Aloud, Paperback Books

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"Everybody in our family has different hair"/ "Todos en nuestra familia tenemos pelo diferente," begins this rhythmic, bilingual picture book taken from Cisneros' The House on Mango Street. Click on the link below for more info.

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