Hungry Hill: A Memoir

Hungry Hill: A Memoir
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In a sweltering June night in 1959, Betty O’Malley died from lymphatic cancer, leaving behind him an alcoholic husband and eight kids, seven traumatized son and a daughter, aged between two and fifteen years. Daughter, Carole, was thirteen at the time. In this memoir in motion, she recalls in vivid detail the chaotic course of her loved ones over the next four years.
setting of the story is Hungry Hill, a neighborhood Irish Catholic working class in Springfield, Massachusetts. The author portrays the sad and turbulent history with clarity, humor and remarkable insight, occasionally punctuating the narrative with fictional scenes that make adults Carole comment on her expertise in adolescents and to probe the effects of the death of mother and father’s alcoholism. Hungry Hill: A Memoir

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