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The sequel to the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Angela's Ashes, " McCourt's glowing memoir chronicles his story from impoverished immigrant to brilliant ...Show synopsisThe sequel to the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Angela's Ashes, " McCourt's glowing memoir chronicles his story from impoverished immigrant to brilliant raconteur and schoolteacher--a tale of survival as vivid, harrowing, and often hilarious as its bestselling predecessor.Hide synopsis
Description:-1 jacket. THE BOOK IS IN FINE/LIKE NEW CONDITION. BOOK Text IS...-1 jacket. THE BOOK IS IN FINE/LIKE NEW CONDITION. BOOK Text IS bright and CLEAR. THE BINDING IS TIGHT AND IN Fine condition. 367 NUMBERED PAGES.
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Publisher: Scribner Book Company,
Description:Fine in very good dust jacket. Price clipped. The book is in...Fine in very good dust jacket. Price clipped. The book is in Fine condition, as would be the dust jacket, except for the clipped price. In a New Brodart cover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 368 p. Audience: Young adult. The second installment of his memoir, by the Pulitzer Prize-Winning author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, "Angela's Ashes".
Frank McCourt, who passed away recently, is by far, one of my favorite authors. What makes Tis: A Memoir a special treat is that HE narrates the audiobook himself!! And, with his Irish brogue and unique writing style, puts you, the reader/listener, in the scene/picture. Sadly, he only wrote a few ...
?'Tis? documents the continuing story of Frank McCourt as he re-establishes himself in America. Frank?s is an honest, unwavering voice narrating his experiences as an Irish immigrant in the 1950?s. He works as a hotel janitor, joins the army, becomes a university student. It is in this setting that ...
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