Chapter 19 Summary

In “The Ninth Tuesday: We Talk About how Love Goes On,” the summer has ended and autumn has begun. Albom’s newspaper is still on strike and the process has stagnated. Meanwhile, televised news is still broadcasting depressing stories. The primary concern for most Americans has become the O. J. Simpson trial. Meanwhile, Albom explains that he had been trying to contact his brother in Spain. Morrie’s health has continued to worsen, and he now has a catheter in his penis, which allows him to urinate. While he cannot control his legs, they still give him pain. Finally, he can no longer move his head.

Morrie explains that Ted Koppel and Newsline are thinking about doing a third interview. However, Albom is...

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