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Exposition: After graduating from Brandeis College, Mitch gets a job working for a newspaper company where he interviews famous athletes.
“I buried myself in accomplishments, because with accomplishments, I believed I could control things” (Albom 17).
Rising Action: He starts seeing Morrie on Tuesdays and talking about life. Some subjects are: regrets, money, marriage, death.
I was surprised at such such affection after all these years, but then...I had forgotten how close we once were”(Albom 28).
Climax: Morrie and Mitch say goodbye to each other. Morrie is really weak.
“‘Love...you,” He rasped. I love you too, Coach. “Know you do...know...something else…” What else do you know? “You...always have…”’ (Albom 85).
“I picture his grave...some little nine-foot piece of earth where they will place him, cover him with dirt, put a stone on top” (Albom 170).
Falling Action: Morrie dies.
Conclusion: He thinks about life and gets in touch with his brother. He realizes that there are greater values in life and writes this book.
“‘You’re my only brother,’ I said. ‘I don’t want to lose you. I love you’” (Albom 191).
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