Tis A Memoir

  • Title: Tis: A Memoir
  • Author: Frank McCourt
  • ISBN: 0684845245
  • Page: 188
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    1. el libro es la continuación de las cenizas de Angela . escrit con un humor delicado que toca el corazón . el autor tiene un don de contar el dia dia con un encanto y originalidad .un libro increíble . para mmi uno de los mejores

    2. Frank McCourt does tell the story of his life once arriving to America, but it was not as well written as his first book, Angela's Ashes. While his life was difficult and interesting, he loses a little bit of the details to different events that he shared in first book that made it so interesting to read. He also was not as fluid with his transitions from one event to the next as he was in the first book. He is very honest and shares his own faults, jealously, and desires - so I still felt pulle [...]

    3. An excellent reminder of the hardships encountered by our parents and grandparents who came to America in search of a better life.

    4. This was such a wonderful honest book. I felt like I was listening to an old man I just met at a coffee shop. He tells you the story of his life in such a wonderful way. I cannot imagine the things that he grew up with. I find his honest revelry regarding his own struggles with alcohol heartbreaking. He did what he knew. He spoke of alcohol being the curse of the Irish, that his father ruined his childhood because of drinking and yet he himself couldn't control it. One thing that stuck out was h [...]

    5. Poignant, intense, exciting, gut wrenching yet heart warming are the scenes, actions and memories described in this continuation of an indepth look at the the trials, tribulations and successes of Frank Mc Court and his family. As you read it, you "are there" in New York, in Ireland, -at Mam's almost reunion with Frank's father, - in the army with Frank in Europe, - in church, - in the boarding house which provided meager temporary shelter, - in the countless dull mind-numbing jobs he had [...]

    6. I got this CD set to listen to at work. I had already listened to "Angela's Ashes". Now, I am listening to "Teacher Man". Frank McCourt is hands down my favorite writer. He is such an inspiration. He is one person I really would like to have met. If you wanted to just reach back in time, find little Frank and give him a hug during "Angela's Ashes", you might not feel exactly the same about adult Frank. He is no longer directly in the grip of his mother's poverty once in America. His menta [...]

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