No Products in the Cart
When Mitch Albom hears on television that his old college professor, Morrie Schwartz, is dying of a neurological disease, he goes to visit him and ends up taking what he refers to as 'our last class' - the subject of this book. The professor embarks on a series of Tuesday studies, decanting the wisdom of his years for the benefit of Albom. Together, the pair talk about death, regrets, money, family, feeling sorry for yourself, marriage, culture and forgiveness. With little resort to feel-good phrases or soppy truisms, Albom presents the relationship through dialogue, in seminars and in 'audio-visual' excerpts which makes the sadness of his teacher's passing all the more poignant.