Only Daughter - Richard Krishnan Engl 1A, Sec. 4 Due:...

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Richard Krishnan Engl 1A, Sec. 4 Due: 09.04.07 “Only Daughter” by Sandra Cisneros Comprehension 1. What does Cisneros mean when she writes that being an only daughter in a family of six sons “explains everything” (1)? a. She means that the way she was raised had to do with how many sons and daughters were in the family. This in turn affected the way she turned out as a person 2. What distinction does Cisneros make in paragraphs two and three between being “the only daughter” and being “ only a daughter”? a. “The only daughter” just means that she is the only female child, whereas only a daughter” feels like she is less than she would be if she were a boy. 3. What advantages does Cisneros see in being “the only daughter”? “In being “ only a daughter”? a. Being “the only daughter” allowed to time to be alone and allowed her time to develop her mind as a writer.
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