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The House On Mango Street

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Social Issues

Welcome to our little corner of the galaxy in cyber space.  It's time to set your spaceship on cruise control, sit back and take in the view.  This web page entitled "Social Issues" in The House On Mango Street, discusses such common issues in society as abuse-physical, mental, verbal,   and sexual (such as rape), as well as immigration, friendships, etc.  You, as the reader, will explore the main character's ( Esperanza) perspective of the events in her life and in the lives of those around her.

And although these topics may or may not,relate to you or someone you know, we encourage you to please continue to read on.  So feel free to kick up your heels, relax, and hold on to your mouse button.  And of course, enjoy!

 

Friendship

Abuse

Immigration

     
Check out what some of our class members are looking for in a best friend...

Friendship Ads

Our class members respond to quotes that stand out to them from "What Sally Said" by Sandra Cisneros in The House on Mango Street and "Sisters" by Jan Wilson.

Response Journals

Class members responded to an article entitled "Coming to America" by writing letters to the editor about whether or not immigrants should continue to be allowed to come to our shores.  Check out what some of our class had to say.

Dear Editor:

Team Member:  Mandy Conover Team Member:  Danielle Garcia Team Member:  Adria Wentzel
 

Team Members (Not Pictured)

 

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Last updated:  Sunday, March 18, 2001

1998 - Hill, Lara and her English 1 Honors Class