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ethics analysis of book- Tuesdays with Morrie Albom,M. (1997)
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Ethics Analysis of Book-Tuesdays with Morrie Name: Institution: Ethics Analysis of Book Tuesdays with Morrie A lot of books written by different authors often have a message that reaches their target audience. It is considered a way of communication between people who might have similar interests and taste.
The non-fiction book talks of the time that people need to spend with each other as a way to converse and value the presence of others. This is despite the differences people might have in society. Tuesdays with Morrie works to inspire the audience that despite the differences in age, social status, and/or level of education, people need each other to survive and thrive (Albom, 1997). This paper will examine some of the central themes in the book and what they mean in the modern society. Analysis of topic addressed The author, Mitch Albom, is a sports columnist for a newspaper in Michigan. After college, Mitch decided to pursue this different path despite his dream of being a pianist. He was not in touch with his professor until he saw him on television and decided to call. His professor, who at the time was suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, remembered his student, and they decided to meet after 15 years or so. During the meetings the two individuals had, a lot was said and a lot changed between them. Mitch always thought that the differences that existed in the world worked against people. However, he claims that individuals need to form their own culture to counteract the oppressive nature of popular culture that a countless number of individuals exhibit (Albom, 1997). ...
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