"Frank McCourt, Whose Irish Childhood Illuminated His Prose, Is Dead at 78:" What is a central idea of the Frank
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Despite earning a good living and then achieving fame, McCourt never lost touch with his impoverished background.
McCourt never liked to publicly acknowledge his Irish roots until he finally sat down and wrote Angela's Ashes.
Teaching became a way for McCourt to pass along the lessons he learned from literary success after Ashes became a juggernaut.
McCourt had a falling out with his brother and other family members after they attempted to capitalize on his success.
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