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Struggles in life are nothing but tests that determine our ability to live our lives the best as we could and it molds our strength in character to stand firmer on a higher ground. Also, with these struggles in life, we come to realize valuable lessons. Whether we emerge victorious or turn out to become a failure, what matters is that we have done our best to overcome the struggles we face in our day to day lives.

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More than stories about poverty, their ugly house and their families, A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry and The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros are similar in many ways as these weave tales about strong women (both immigrant women of color) as they confront their lives in the US together with their families. They will show their courage and forge enormous strength to conquer the challenges they have to face. They will have to prove something, not just for themselves, but for their families as well. Comparing the two essays, we could almost smell the characters' well-being as they are bound to resolve the various conflicts that they face.
In the past twenty five years, the field of women's immigration history in the United States has transformed itself from a minor disciplinary field to a major way of understanding one of the largest 20th century topics for the social sciences in general: the mobility of people and its impact upon the relationship of genders. In fact, the study of women immigrants has also served as a major connector between traditional disciplines and fields of inquiry in the United States (Schneider, 2003).
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