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Mitch Albom 1997 Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc Tuesdays with Morrie Tuesdays with Morrie An old man a young man and lifes greatest lesson Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom is a lesson book on living life One may easily argue that this book has two separate authors because there are two separate views to be seen within its pages Author Mitch Albom tells the story of a young man who travels to reunite wit his dying former college professor The professor Morrie Schwartz however teaches the wisdom of life that is conveyed through the pages of this book Morrie teaches many different lessons on life and Tuesdays with Morrie is the product of what Mitch Albom has learned from him Though Morries lessons are universal the subjective conclusions to which Albom arrives are what Morrie taught him how to find for his own again Morrie Schwartz was a Sociology professor at Brandies University in the city of Waltham Massachusetts Mitch Albom first came to Morrie as a seventeen-year-old boy with nothing more on his mind than his plans to skip Morries potentially boring class Albom quickly found that Morrie was no ordinary teacher He became fast friends with Morrie and enrolled in every one of his offered courses Morrie walked Mitch through his college years and taught him what it was to feel Several years later when Mitch learned that Morrie had been diagnosed with Lou Gehrigs disease he went back to visit his old college professor Not until he spoke with Morrie again did he realize how much he himself had changed Mitch found himself a completely different person from the one who had left Brandies University years before Morrie challenged Mitch to question the value of his values even upon their first visit
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