Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories

Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories

by

Sandra Cisneros

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The Fabulosa Narrator Character Analysis

The narrator of “La Fabulosa: A Texas Operetta,” an unnamed person of unspecified gender who tells the story of Carmen Berriozábal. At the end of the piece, the narrator mentions that she saw Carmen recently in Helotes, Texas. “Hell,” she writes, “she bought us a beer, two-stepped and twirled away […].”
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The Fabulosa Narrator Character Timeline in Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories

The timeline below shows where the character The Fabulosa Narrator appears in Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
La Fabulosa: A Texas Operetta
Love, The Joy of Life, & Interconnection Theme Icon
Female Objectification & Power Theme Icon
The "Fabulosa" narrator describes Carmen Berriozábal, a woman who likes to call herself “Spanish” even though she’s from... (full context)
Love, The Joy of Life, & Interconnection Theme Icon
Female Objectification & Power Theme Icon
“I don’t know why, but when you treat men bad, they love it,” says the "Fabulosa" narrator . When Carmen meets a well-known Texas senator named Camilo Escamilla, she quickly abandons José.... (full context)