Morrie: In His Own Words Character Descriptions

Morrie Schwartz
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Morrie Schwartz

This individual is both the author and subject of this book.

The Sick Reader

This person is not a particular person, however it is the other major persona in the book who does not speak.

Caretakers

The author encourages the sick to develop good relationships with these individuals and to strive to be kind to them and to get used to their presence.

Community Members and Family

The author emphasizes the importance of maintaining a support system with these individuals to help cope with illness.

Sigmund Freud

The author disagrees with this individual that God is a father-substitute.

Erving Goffman

The author disagrees with this individual that we have no core self outside of our social roles.

Ted Koppel

This person interviews the author for Nightline.

Martin Buber

The author agrees with this person that a perfect relationship with others balances community ties with individuality.

George Herbert Mead

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