Tuesdays with Morrie - The Audiovisual, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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The Audiovisual, Part 2 Summary

Nightline and Ted Koppel return to do a follow-up story on Schwartz. As the interview progresses, it's easy to see how the disease has affected Schwartz physically. Schwartz tells Koppel that he worries about the time when he can no longer use his hands or speak. They are essential to who he is because he talks with his voice and with his hands. That is how he gives to people, he says.

Schwartz tells of an old friend who is going deaf. He imagines that when he can no longer speak and his friend can no longer hear, they will simply sit together and hold hands. He tells Koppel that after thirty-five years of friendship, they don't need words to feel each other's love.

Schwartz reads to Koppel from the many letters he's received from the first show. One...

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