Angela's Ashes Essay | The Culture of Angela's Ashes

Frank McCourt
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The Culture of Angela's Ashes

Summary: Reviews Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes. Examines Irish culture as reflected in the novel. Describes the literary techniques McCourt uses to emphasize the different culture he experienced in Ireland.
Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes happened to a book that strongly point out a country's unique traditions---Ireland, a poor country with anti-English sentiment. The Irishiness is clearly presented in the novel. The author uses several skills to give the sentences the Irish feeling such as in the language that the people speak and in the way that the values of people are shown to the reader.

Angela and Malachy's children wee all raised up in America up to a certain age, so they all have American accents when they speak. When they first arrived this small town Limbrick, both the adults and children called them 'Yanks'. However, they soon adapt the Limbrick accents because their father wants them to be real Irish men, men from Northern England, and have the exact accent that he has. McCourt described at the opining lines of the memoir that shown...

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