Mitch In The Lessons Killed By Morrie

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The lessons Morrie had given to Mitch would not have had as much weight if contact with Peter was not resumed. All of the lessons would have lost meaning and just become empty advice without Mitch putting them into action. Throughout the novel, Morrie told many lessons on loving family, one the most notable being, "If you don't have the support and love and caring and concern you get from family, you don't have much at all (pg 91)." This is what begins to spark Mitch's interest in returning contact with his brother Peter. Peter had been going through a rough time in his life, having been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and had cut off all contact with his family. Mitch had not forgiven his brother for this and still carried resentment for
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