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Angela's Ashes

A Memoir

by Frank McCourt

Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt
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  • First Published:
    Sep 1996, 360 pages
    Paperback:
    May 1999, 255 pages

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Anonymous (05/15/02)

Ireland has always facinated me, and this book really got me going! A must read for those who have an I.Q. above three. email me at philly_light@hotmal.com
SAM (05/10/02)

WELL-WRITTEN.HE IS A GIFTED WRITER.
Cool_Dude_Canada (04/29/02)

Best Book Ever!!!!
A must read for anybody and everybody....
gets u thinging about what life is... and what you have been exposed too....
A MUST READ!!!!
BEST BOOK EVER!!!!!!
Karolina (04/21/02)

Brilliantly written. Really gets a person thinking.
LiteraryGiant(tb) (04/04/02)

A well written novel expressing a depressing life. You will learn much about Frank's miserable Irish childhood but overall it's not an autobiography you wanna read over again. Something so sad can't be loved but yet can't be ignored. Nou it's not perverted it's his life. Di yo want him to lie??
Emma (04/03/02)

Brilliant!
Miguel DeLeon (03/30/02)

Great book, a very addicting story
Stefan (03/27/02)

Angela's Ashes is the most impressive book i've ever read

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