In Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt tells the story of his troubled childhood. Plagued by poverty and hunger, Frank's mother Angela struggles to care for her children with little help from her alcoholic husband Malachy. Besides poor living conditions and constant hunger, Frank must also grapple with difficult concepts like morality and the role of religion. As he grows up, Frank remains resilient in the face of his family's hardships, and grows up to be his own man with hope for the future.

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