Tuesdays with Morrie - The Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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The Conclusion Summary

Albom looks back at the person he used to be before getting reacquainted with his old professor. He wishes that he could talk to his old self and tell him the many things Schwartz taught his older self. Mostly, he wishes he could tell his young self to go visit Schwartz before he gets sick and before he loses his ability to dance.

Albom finally reaches his brother. He tells him that he respects his desire to keep his distance. All he wants is to keep in touch. He tells his brother that he loves him and doesn't want to lose him. This is the first time Albom has ever said such a thing to his little brother. A few days later, Albom's brother sends him a fax. It contains small stories about what he's done that week, tells a few...

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