“ Not a man exist who hasn’t disappointed me, whom I could trust to love the way I’ve loved. Its because I believe too much in marriage that I don’t. Better to not marry that to live a lie.”
Sandra Cisneros “ Never Marry a Mexican , is truly an exceptional story, introducing how men, especially Mexican men; as well as how many Mexican Women are somewhat forced to be single moms even though the father might be there he really is not.
Never Marry A Mexican reminds me of a lot of Mexican families that when the children go home there is no one to go home to both parents are working full time jobs and most of the time they work a second part time job.
Another hot topic was when she is telling how her fathers death was very painful to her and how she wanted to yell at the doctor.
When Cisneros is describing to Drew how he could be her son and that his father was her teacher and how his father took her to his bed that is great literature that way she describes that scene its beautiful literature.
Quick thoughts; I have heard many Mexican mothers tell their daughters not to marry a Mexican that way they don’t have to work as hard and have to make a lot of sacrifices.