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Ashes of Roses is about a girl named Rose who comes to America from Limerick Ireland She has hopes of experiencing the American Dream and doesnt want to be let down Her family is torn apart when her brother turns out to have trachoma and he her brother and father have to go back to Ireland Rose has to deal with the struggles of life as a teenager with no money and a now broken family in a foreign country During this journey Rose discovers a lot about herself that she never knew about before She finds out that this whole experience will make her come out a stronger personAshes to Roses is about Rose Nolan She is from Ireland Well Limerick Ireland to be exact She doesnt like Ireland She wants a better life than her parents have She wants to make a difference She doesnt want to just get married have kids and call it a day Rose is a very deep person She really figures out who she is throughout the story She isnt exactly sure what the American Dream is but when she gets off the boat and the police officer hands her mother money she thinks that this must be an aspect of the American Dream Rose learns how to be independent and each experience makes her a stronger person in the outcomeThe Nolan family is excited about coming to America America is talked about and described as such a great place Its different from everywhere else and everyone is mixed together Rose cant wait to start a new life in a new country with her family The only problem is that her baby brother Joseph has trachoma Nobody with trachoma can come in to America This leaves Roses dad with no choice but to go back to Ireland with Joseph Roses ma doesnt like this She wants to raise her boy She doesnt want to abandon her husband and
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