We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your visiting.Only Daughter By Sandra Cisneros Only Daughter is a short story about Sandra Cisneros, the only daughter in afamily of six brothers.
We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your visiting.Only Daughter By Sandra Cisneros Only Daughter is a short story about Sandra Cisneros, the only daughter in afamily of six brothers.According to him, girl education without a husband is meaningless.
The success must also be recognizable by someone else (Bowdon 92).
In the essay One Daughter, Cisneros is considered successful because of the various achievements she made in the society.
Feminism and the inner characteristics of women are revealed in them.
Readers are touched by their tales as some relate to the main characters and can pin point some similar events in their real life situations.
At the beginning, her father looked enthusiastic of his child’s education.
Due to cultural practices, he loses satisfaction because he sees Cisnero is not married.However, after completing her education, she wins his father’s respect as one of her works is published.It is at this point that he begins to regard Cisneros as being financially successful writer.This includes parental teachings, friends, the media, and school.The parent contributes greatly to the success of a person; this is because the parent is able to teach one the virtues in life and what to do or to avoid for one to succeed.Cisneros for example became successful because she obeyed her parents teachings, going to school and acquiring the educational knowledge, which later made her become a successful woman in the society both financially and through the various contributions she made in changing people’s lives as a teacher and as a professional writer.Her success was also because of inspiration from her mother Elvira who liked reading.Her being the only girl among boys certainly made her feel lonely and bored at times.Her writings were mainly because of her father and the community at large in trying to portray the cultural practices, which dominated her community.The success can also be measured in terms of wealth one has.The reason being, for one to be successful he or she must be able to commit to a situation and do extraordinary things that other fellows may not do, and admits mistakes once they arise without coercion.