Sandra Cisneros

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Sandra Cisneros on KCRW

Sandra Cisneros, now in her sixties, looks back at her journey to find her voice, in a candid memoir woven from prose, photographs, and essays.

Sandra Cisneros: A House of My Own

Sandra Cisneros, now in her sixties, looks back at her journey to find her voice, in a candid memoir woven from prose, photographs, and essays.

from Bookworm

Hispanic Identity in Writing (Part 8 of 10)

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In this moving interview, Sandra Cisneros reveals the connection between history and family history: the processes of memory....

Sandra Cisneros: Caramelo

In this moving interview, Sandra Cisneros reveals the connection between history and family history: the processes of memory....

from Bookworm

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