Angela's Ashes Essay | Book Review of "Angela's Ashes"

Frank McCourt
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Book Review of "Angela's Ashes"

Summary: Book review of "Angela's Ashes," a memoir of Frank McCout and his life in 1920's Ireland.
"When I look back at my childhood I wonder how I survived at all." As I put down Angela's Ashes y Frank McCourt, I thank god that I didn't have to feel the things that he felt while growing up. His name is Frank McCourt. This book is a memoir. A memoir about his life, and the people around him. The actions committed in this book made me realize that not all families are like families on television. Every family faces a problem and try to overcome their fear. Being ignorant at the age of ten, I was raised by television sets. Watching families make mistakes and laugh at their stupidity. Once I reached my teenage years families that grew on TV changed. Just like in this book. Every character introduced on a page shows their failures, mistakes and how it effects them later on...

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