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Angelas Ashes is a moving book full of poverty suffering and death that shows that no matter how difficult things seem the hard tines can always be overcome Angela and Malachy McCourt both Irish were married in America after a passionate night together that ended up producing their first son Francisor Frank as introduced to the reader Later the couple had another son twins and a daughter while living in a small apartment in New York Margaret soon died and the family moved to Ireland where their lives were only worsened Angela had two more children that lived but the young twins died Malachy was an alcoholic who rarely held a job and spent his wages at the pub instead of on his family They were forced to beg for food and other necessities because relatives were cruel and selfish This novel tells the tell of young Frank having to endure extreme poverty starvation and a broken family with strength and courage He eventually raises enough money to go to America and break free from his depressing childhoodIn my opinion the theme of this book is that no matter how bad things seem to be anyone can survive and become successful through perseverance and determination For example Frank grew up in just about the worst environment possible but was determined enough to get himself to America and eventually become the author of a Pulitzer Prize winning novel Frank achieved his goals by taking any extra jobs that he could find and saving every penny possible until he could finally afford his passage to America Because his father never brought home any money Frank supported the family with what little wages he earned at his job and was determined to make a good life for himself his brothers and his poor mother Frank learned to depend upon no one but himself and his determination to succeed won him a new life in America where he now
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