Where Maria feels out of place, and never accepting its people. The move, being Maria’s idea, this will unleash better opportunities for the kids. With just the thought of leaving Ultima in the llano during her old age made Maria shudder. Ultima eventually stays in the Marez residence bringing a sense
by Judith Ortiz Cofer, shows that Maria's culture is of their language, clothing, and many more. These two short stories elaborate on how generations are connected with many things, including tradition and culture. Our world is so diverse because different generations pass
Mira wanted to stay in America because she felt happier in their environment. For example, Mira said “Having my green card meant i could visit any place in the world i wanted to and then come back to a job that is satisfying and that i do very well”. She felt happier because she had more freedom but she still missed India. In the essay “An Indian Father’s Plea”, Mr. Medicine Grizzly Bear talked about his culture and how it impacted his son’s learning ability. For example, he said “ His aunts and grandmothers taught him to count and know his numbers while they sorted out the complex materials used to make the abstract designs in the native baskets.
These two ideas Marin shared with Esperanza shows how she can leave Mango Street and live a better life. To conclude, Sally, Mom, and Marin are the three most influential characters in the novel The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros for opening abusive relationships, staying in school for the better, and leaving poverty by marrying a rich man to the main character
Ma developed her role as a protagonist by being a caring, motherly, wife and friend. She was able to accomplish their goal of getting to the plentiful, yet difficult land of California. Even though many along the way tried to discourage her, she kept to her goal and strived to the end. Ma stood up for her family when times were rough, protected her children and others, and helped to comfort those when times were rough. Also, she was able to keep to her main goal, which was to keep her family together.
Differences in Expectations an Argumentative Analysis of Aurora Guerrero’s film Mosquita y Mari In Aurora Guerrero’s film Mosquita y Mari discusses the lives of two high school classmates Mari and Yolanda who are growing up in Huntington Park a predominantly Mexican neighborhood in Los Angeles California. In this film characters Mari and Yolanda have contrasting backgrounds. Because Mari’s upbringing contrasts with Yolanda’s it allows for the viewer to question both sides of the immigrant experience and furthermore examine what that contrast can mean for the maturing women. The expectations of Yolanda and Mari are drastically different due to their culture and cultural identities. Immigrants are depicted as having more of the traditional
Marjane’s dad says “ Because in this country you must stay within your own social classes.’’Another theme of this story is Revolution. You can see in the picture people raising their fist in demand for change and revolution. Throughout the book a revolution is evolving during Marjane’s experience in Iran, the people were not happy with the current ruler, the Shah, and they wanted change. Marjane has seen a lot happen resulting from the revolution, from peaceful protest to death which marjane