Angela's Ashes Essay | Angela's Ashes

Frank McCourt
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Angela's Ashes

Summary: Frank McCourt and Angela McCourt both tried very hard to survive through poverty and fulfill their dream.
"If you're going through hell, keep going," by Sir Winsdton CHurchill means that if you're going trhoguh a miserable time in your life, don't lose hope and don't give up, just keep on going. My opinion is when one goes through a siserable time their life, they shoudl continue and not give up hope because they will survive through it. One work of literature that supports the quote is Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt.

In Angela's Ashes, Angela bears the grief of losing her small shildren, baby Margaret and two twin boys, Oliver and Eugene due to starvation and disease. Starvation was caused because of Angela's husband, Malachy McCourt, who drank away his wagtes during his brief terms of employment. The McCourts never had enough good to eat, so therefore hunger was a major theme. Angela who was already suffering through lack of food still haven't give up...

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