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Un árbol crece en Brooklyn — Reader Q&A
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See Featured Brookoyn Answering Questions. It is well worth it just to understand what life was like then. Would it be worth going back to it again?
Load 5 more questions. Jennifer Rhue -That is such a hard question to answer so I won’t answer it directly. Ask and answer questions about books! I read this many years ago in a Readers digest omnibus, and liked it thought I cannot remember much about it now.
It also includes his struggles with poverty and his father’s alcoholism. Elena I suggest you to read Angela’s Ashes: But if I lijed it then, you can be sure it is worth reading now.
This is not a review but I just read this book and would love to know any recommendations of similar broklyn. By the time I was 18, I had 3 large loose-leaf binders full. It is a memoir by the Irish-American author Frank McCourt, with various anecdotes and stories of his childhood. Just a moment while we sign frece in to your Crexe account.
It is well worth it just to …more It might not be an easy book yn some but based on your books I think you will do fine. Such a great book. Karen Thysen definitely yes.
I am 17 and have to write a dissertation on two books with a common theme. Jim It might not be an easy book for some but based on your books I think you will do fine.
It is engrossing and well written. Is it an appropriate, challenging enough read for a book club selection for very mature seniors yrs?
Is this a challenging read? I loved this so much. I loved the almost photographic glimpse into history and NYC during that time.
I read it as a youth and now as a mature adult, enjoying all that went over my head the first time. I am now 66 and don’t regret it. Does any one have any suggestions of books that broollyn similar in style?
It details his very early childhood in Brooklyn, New York, but focuses primarily unn his life in Limerick, Ireland. Jennifer Rhue -If I’m not mistaken the original publication of “Tree” was a Literary Guild monthly selection, so I think it would be a fine selection for a book …more -If I’m not mistaken the original publication of “Tree” was a Literary Guild monthly selection, so I think it would be a fine selection for a book club.
I began writing poetry when I was about This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Is there anyone that read this book and wished Francie hadn’t burn her compositions?