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Good literature opens our minds to new ideas with close reference to the text you have studied discuss the central ideas which interest and engaged you The novel Angelas Ashes by Frank Mc Court is about franks miserable childhood after the death of his younger daughter frank and his family moved to Ireland here this miserable life begins Worse than the ordinary miserable childhood is the miserable Irish childhood and worse yet is the miserable Irish Catholic childhood I believe Angelas Ashes is good literature as this novel opened my mind up to new ideas Religion played an influencing role for people in the novel Catholicism was more like law it was a strict way of life There were so many affiliations to be accepted as a true Catholic and to be accepted in society you had to be a true catholic Frank was forced into religious group so that this family would fit in society The Question says you have to join the confraternity so that your Mother an tell St Vincent de Paul Society and theyll know youre a good catholic What interested me the most about Catholicism was it was heavy based on guilt As Frank grows older more of his actions bring guilt poverty created starvation and this caused stealing his curiosity in women and the little things bring him to guilt He suffered a long time of guilt when he shared excitement with Theresa and couldnt bring himself to the confession box for a long time I cant tell Father I cant It also made me believe that Children were being almost brainwashed in believing different religions outside Catholicism had no salvation and had nothing but doom I feel sorry for the beautiful protestant girls theyre doomed Thats what the priest told us Frank lives in poverty and when your poor there are so many disadvantages as Ireland has adopted the class system from the
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