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Posted by on Jul 15, 2011 in Artist's Eye, Featured, Historic, History, Literary, Literature, Shannon | 0 comments

Frank McCourt Museum Opens in Limerick

The city of Limerick opens a new museum honoring Pulitzer Prize winning author Frank McCourt on the site of the school referenced in his book Angela’s Ashes. After years of grumbling about the author’s gritty depiction of Limerick in the 1930s, the city appears to have finally embraced its McCourt connections. Here we link to several articles on its opening:

In Frank’s footsteps: McCourt museum opens – Irish Times >>

McCourt museum opens its doors – Irish Examiner >>

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