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The House on Mango Street Essay 1 In Sandra Cisneross The House on Mango Street a tragic yet somewhat common situation was represented Mrs Rose Vargas was the single mother of many exceedingly energetic children Without the aid of her husband who left her she tries to take care of her children who are described as too many and too much as she is one against so many Due to Mrs Vargass inability to care for her children the risk they pose to themselves and others and the future repercussions of the situation the children should be sent to a foster home As the alliterated lines of this chapter explain Mrs Vargas is very tired from trying to provide for so many children with what most likely is a low level of education Because she is a single parent who is probably paid close to minimum wage she must work many hours just to feed and clothe her large family Work alone must consume almost all of her time in the day Such a large number of children many of which are still infants really require a parent who can stay home and care for them all day Because Mrs Vargas can not finance her own family and care for them in her current situation her children are not at all guided or supervised Mrs Vargass children are described as without respect for all things living including themselves Because they have not been guided at all by their fully occupied mother they do very foolish things The children play chicken on roof tops bounce between cars and jump off of buildings This behavior and disrespect could easily be eliminated with some guidance The children did not receive any support from others for as the narrator stated you got tired of being worried about kids who arent even yours This behavior does not come without consequences These children caused physical damage to
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