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Tuesdays with Morrie Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Curriculum Summary

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Albom describes "the last class of my old professor's life." There are oral exams, and extra credit is received for kissing the professor goodbye. There are no grades and no graduation, only a funeral. There is only one student, and at the end of the class, he is required to produce one long paper. Tuesday's with Morrie is the paper, and Mitch Albom is the student.

The narrator flashes back to Albom's graduation from Brandeis University in Massachusetts. After the ceremony, he searches out Morrie Schwartz, his favorite professor. He introduces the professor to his parents, and Schwartz is effusive in his praise of their son. Albom presents Schwartz with a gift, a leather briefcase. Even as Schwartz thanks him, Albom wonders whether his gift is to help him remember Schwartz or help Schwartz remember him. After a hug, which is awkward for Albom, he...

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