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Style Critique Tuesdays With Morrie The last class of my old professors life took place once a week in his house The class met on TuesdaysThe subject was the meaning of Life No books were required yet many topics were covered including love work community family aging forgiveness and finally death Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom is a book about the strong relationship between a student and his dying mentor Their bond is one that grows through the course of the novel and in the end reveals an aspect to life that makes one appreciate the fact that they are living My old professor meanwhile was stunned by the normalcy of the day around him shouldnt the world stop Don t they know what has happened to me Albom has just described the reaction Morrie has to the rest of the world as he learns the news that he has acquired the Lou Gehrigs disease which affects the neurological system The reader gets the feeling that Morrie detaches himself from the world in order to cope with the reality that he is eventually going to die but out of serious thought a decision was made He would not whither He would not be ashamed of dying Morrie decides to teach people a lesson about dying and about the things he learns with the clarity that he reaches In order for his lessons to reach the world though he institutes the help of a former student named Mitch whom Morrie was very close to in college Mitch finds out about Morrie from watching the television interview between him and Ted Koppel When he goes to visit his former teacher he was surprised at such affection after all these years but then he had forgotten how close they once were With that although he was unaware of it their last class had just begun
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