Did your opinion about Mitch change as Tuesdays with Morrie went on? In what way?

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Mitch experiences the ultimate lesson on this book - he learns about himself. What he learns form Maury is that success and happiness are not always measured in dollar signs or in popularity polls. There is a great deal of humanity in this work. At the start, Mitch is not a likable character. He is self-absorbed, always in a hurry, but for what? Ultimately, we will all die. It is not death that defines us but how we live life.

As readers, we learn a series of lessons alongside of Mitch. We change our opinion of him...

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