When reading the two different stories, we can further pick out the theme by using character, events, and the setting. In Angela's Ashes, the theme of struggling to get through life's obstacles is shown using character. In paragraph 4, McCourt writes, "You can look. There are many books, written by numerous authors, containing similar themes and elements.
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This novel received a Pulitzer Prize in It embodies comedy with the veracity of misery and poverty. The novel narrates about the trials and misfortunes of Frank McCourt together with his mother named Angela, who is an Irish. The latter is depicted as a mother who constantly grieves with the Angela's Ashes Life can be hard.
In particular, he looks to America as a classless society where his ambitions will be realized and his talents rewarded, despite his lower-class upbringing. Hunger Frank is plagued by hunger throughout his childhood. The McCourts never have enough food to eat, and the food they do manage to procure is scant and unsatisfying. Hunger is mentioned over and over again until it becomes a haunting presence in the narrative. Frank starts to associate feeling satiated with feeling like an independent and successful member of society.