Angela's Ashes Essay | Angela's ashes

Frank McCourt
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Angela's ashes

Summary: This is a pretty simple essay format, it is a mix of a book review and summary of Angelas ashes
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt is a book who could make anyone reflect upon and change their lives. Angela's Ashes is a true story about the author's childhood in Ireland around the same time of World War II. The McCourt's are a poverty stricken family who is unfortunately dealt with many tragedies. These tragedies would range from going to bed sick of hunger to death. In spite of all that, this book is not all depressing, McCourt tells his story with astounding humor and passion. This is a book that any teenager, to an old adult, would get a new meaning of life from.

       The thing that made me reflect upon the most is the situations Frankie was forced to deal with. Frank endures poverty, near-starvation, death, and cruelty from relatives and neighbors. There are many references to the McCourt's poverty; an example would...

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