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.
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.
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.
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.