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Tuesdays with Morrie

Summary: Reviews Tuesdays with Morrie, by Mitch Albom. Provides a brief plot summary and theme analysis.
My first reaction to this story was mainly a shocking one because I was kind of dreading the though of reading a nonfiction book (my least type of literature) that involved explaining "the meaning of life." The book actually surprised me though because it was the best piece of nonfiction I had read in a while. This book included great detail that helped make the book a little less dull, dry, and plain out boring. When I first started reading this novel, I didn't really enjoy it. After a few chapters, however, I began to enjoy it a bit more. By the end of the book, I was glad that I did read the book because it did show me some things to look for in my own life.

If I were ever lucky enough to have the opportunity to ask Mitch Albom some questions, then I...

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