the House on Mango Street
This setting is important because it reminds me of the vignette "Chanclas". In Chanclas Esperanza stopped caring what other people think of her. This reveals that Eseranza grew as a person throughout the book. She started as self-conscious and went to independent.
This setting is important because this is what I imagined the House on Mango Street looking like. This reveals that Esperanza is poor because she lives in a small house in a bad neighborhood.
I chose this character because Esperanza says her hair is dusty. She is also poor which is why I chose the character with ragedy clothes. I choose a medium skin tone because Esperanza is Hispanic.She is crying an don her knees because she worships God and she self-conscious, so she is praying.
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