Bridging Two Worlds
Writer Sandra Cisneros straddles Latino, Anglo culture.
Thursday, April 20, 1995
Critics have called Sandra Cisneros the foremost Mexican-American woman writer in the nation. And although Cisneros herself is quick to point out the contributions of other Mexican-American writers struggling to be heard, she is intensely aware of the responsibilities that come with being the spokesperson of an entire group of artists.
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