Tuesdays With Morrie: An old man, a young man, and life's greatest lesson Paperback (English)

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  • Mitch Albom
  • ISBN 13: 9780751527377
  • ISBN 10: 0751527378
  • Author: Mitch Albom
  • Publisher: Little Brown
  • Publishing Year: 1998
  • No. of Pages: 210
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Edition: 1st
  • Exam: NTPC/NHPC/IOC/HP- Mechanical Engg. Examination
  • SUPC: SDL465984746


Every individual has a mentor, someone to seek motivation from, someone to look up to, and someone whose reflection sticks with them even as they move on in their lives. The book Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, A Young Man, And Life's Greatest Lesson is an account presented by Mitch Albom. The book is one of the best sellers in the market and has achieved numerous praises from the readers who have gone through it.


Morrie Schwartz was Mitch's mentor and he used spend significant time with Mitch every Tuesday. Mitch moves ahead with his life and Morrie's insights slowly fade away with the passage of time. However with a scheme to find answers to the many questions which has been haunting him for a long time, Mitch sets off in pursuit of Morris, his lost alliance. The book will state that Albom is finally successful in finding his mentor who unfortunately is in the last few days of his existence. Coming to know that Morrie is severely ill and is afflicted with ALS, a motor neuron disease, Mitch makes up his mind to spend the last few days with his mentor and make the most of his presence. He also tries to recreate their past experiences by visiting him every Tuesday. Tuesdays With Morrie: An Old Man, A Young Man, And Life's Greatest Lesson is gripping from its emotional aspect and has received a number of accolades from readers all over the globe.

About the author

The author of this mind blowing book is Mitch Albom and he has won label of the No. 1 American sports columnist about ten times by the associated press sports editors. He was a former musician and is a regular figure on ESPN panel of sports reporters.


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