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Tuesdays with Morrie

Summary: Discusses the novel Tuesday's with Morrie, by Mitch Albom. Summarizes the story. Describes how Albom expresses through his writing the many ways Morrie's childhood affected him and his behavior as an adult.
In the novel Tuesday's with Morrie, by Mitch Albom, it was expressed through writing in many ways how Morrie's childhood has affected him and his behavior as an adult in life. When Morrie was a child a lot of dramatic things had taken place, which has shaped him into the person he is today. His mother had died, his brother had polio, and Morrie's family was poverty-stricken. The small blessing in Morrie's life, which turned out to be a large one, was when Eva entered his life.

Many life-changing events have occurred in Morrie's childhood and beyond. We learn during the Professor, Morrie, at a critical age of eight, receives a telegram saying that his mother has died. It was said on page 73, "A telegram came from the hospital, and since his father, a Russian immigrant, could not read English, Morrie's had to break the news, reading...

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