Autobiography In Tuesdays With Morrie By Mitch Albom

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Tuesdays With Morrie is a book that is autobiographically and biographically written. It is autobiographic in the sense of Mitch Albom’s point of view is stated, while biographic in the sense of it was Morrie Schwartz’s life is being involved. The reason why “Tuesdays With Morrie” is the title, it’s because Mitch visits Morrie every Tuesday after their reunion. Mitch Albom was born in 1958, in New Jersey. In 1979 he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, where he met and studied under his beloved professor, Morrie Schwartz. In 1982, Albom was awarded a Masters of degree from Columbia University in New York. After failing in other career he tried, such as an amateur boxer and a nightclub musician. Albom began his new career as a sports journalist; volleyball, basketball, hockey, you name it - writing columns in newspaper and hosted a radio show. The Detroit Free Press is where he was employed from 1985 until his reunion with Morrie in 1955. This book is written in memory of Morrie Schwartz. Albom’s beloved friend, professor, adviser, father and companion, for Morrie wanted to tell the world how important life is. The themes of the book are: (1) “The rejection of popular cultural mores in favor of favor of self-created” It is when Morrie wanted Mitch to build his own culture and not to follow the popular one, I can relate this theme in youth nowadays, they are following the trends than to express themselves on what they feel or
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