The Relationship Between Mccourt And Malachy In Angela's Ashes

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Angela’s Ashes is a memoir by Frank McCourt rendering his childhood and hardships he faced while growing up. McCourt’s family suffered greatly because of poverty and from moving to America, only to return back to Ireland a short time later. McCourt’s father, Malachy, suffers from a disease of alcoholism and incapability to hold a job long enough to provide for his family. Malachy’s flaws of being an alcoholic and neglectful tendencies feed the troublesome relationship he has with McCourt. McCourt and Malachy have a unusual relationship. Throughout the memoir, McCourt continually changes his feelings for Malachy. There are times in the book when McCourt has complete disdain for Malachy however there are other times where he admires him. In
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