Tuesdays with Morrie - The Fourteenth Tuesday We Say Goodbye Summary & Analysis

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The Fourteenth Tuesday We Say Goodbye Summary

Schwartz's wife Charlotte calls Albom the next Monday. She tells him they still want him to visit the next day but that Schwartz is very weak. Albom reads between the lines and realizes that she is saying the end is very near. When Albom arrives the next morning, Schwartz is still asleep. Connie, the nurse, is upset. He's a sweet man, she says, and she doesn't like to think about it.

Albom has again brought food, although he knows Schwartz hasn't eaten real food in months. He apologizes to Charlotte for bringing it, but it has become a tradition, he says. Sometimes tradition is all you can hang on to. When Schwartz finally wakes and is ready to see Albom, Albom is surprised to find him in bed, rather than in his study...

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