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Good+ with no dust jacket; Front cover is lifting, slightly soiled corner, tight binding, clean pages. 156895963x. Trade PB; 9.0 x 1.0 x 6.0; 517 pages; Frank McCourt was an English teacher who wrote this memoir of his early life of poverty in an Irish catholic family. Frank McCourt was in his 60's when this was published and won himself a Pulitzer prize in 1997. The book is written in a youn child's voice, reminiscing with humor. This sad story is told without blame, bitterness or excuses and in a manner that keeps the reader riveted and moved.
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