Tuesdays With Morrie By Mitch Albom Essay

1038 Words Aug 10th, 2016 5 Pages
After reading the book tuesdays with Morrie, I began to research Mitch Albom. I came to find out that the real reason he wrote the book was to help Morrie pay his medical bills. While reading the book, it touched me in ways I could never imagine. One of the main reasons I think Morrie Albom wrote this book was to show you that although you are going through a rough time in your life always see the positive in things. Mitch and Morrie rekindled their relationship by having one final “class”: lessons on how to live. And although Morrie had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), he made the best of it by teaching Morrie what he has learned through life. He did not want others to be sad about what had happened to him. Tuesdays with Morrie is a tear-jerking book about an old man, a young man, and life’s greatest lesson.
I thought the book was extremely easy to read. One of the things that made it easy to ready was the chapters. They was all divided into the lessons that was taught. This titles of the chapter told me what lesson was being taught so my mind did not wander. But there was one thing that made the book a little hard to read and that was the switching of point of views. In the beginning of the book the author writes as if he is speaking to the reader. This makes the reader feel more like they know the author. However, Mitch Albom does not write the entire book in first person point of view, he also uses third person point of view. He uses third person when describing his…

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