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AR Quiz No. 35585 EN
The contents of this book detail the period during which the author spent time with his mentor, who happened to be his former college professor, during the older man’s last few months of life. The relationship between the two was reignited and evolved into a final “class,” wherein the author received teachings on the art of living.
|ATOS Book Level:||5.5|
|Interest Level:||Upper Grades (UG 9-12)|
|Topic – Subtopic:||Award Winners-Christopher Award; Biographies/Autobiographies-Biographies/Autobiographies (All); Community Life-Helping Others; Interpersonal Relationships-Friendship; Life Experiences-Death & Dying; Recommended Reading-ALA Outstanding Books for the College Bound; What Kids Are Reading, 2022-Grade 10: Top 20 Fiction/Nonfiction Books;|
Mitch rediscovered Morrie when he —
saw him on NIGHTLINE with Ted Koppel
Mitch finally made an appointment to visit Morrie when—
the unions at his newspaper went on strike
What did Morrie think was the “ultimate sign of dependency”?
having someone wipe his bottom
What did Morrie’s father tell him he was to do about his dead mother?
never talk about her
What was the bad news about Mitch’s brother’s bout with cancer
He didn’t want any contact with his family
How did Morrie get through the horrors of his illness?
He let the experience penetrate him, and then he detached himself.
What did Morrie want on his tombstone?
“A Teacher to the last”
The only time Morrie held back information was when—
he felt his wife might be uncomfortable if he revealed it
What did Morrie want Mitch to do after he died?
come to his grave and tell him his problems
At their last meeting, Mitch thought Morrie felt satisfied when—
he made Mitch cry