Similarities Between Tuesdays With Morrie And The Diary Of Anne Frank

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Did you know that everyone have a major conflict in everyone’s life and the solution to these problem may take time to resolve on it’s on? Although most conflicts from both books, Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom and The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank, are different from each other but there is one conflict that they share in common which is internal problems. The major conflict in Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom is that Mitch struggles to find what is his meaning in his life and his solution to this problem is taking advices from his professor Morrie, which helps him contact his brother. The major conflict in The Diary of Anne Frank is that her ethnicity is Jewish and she struggles to continue to survive. However the solution in The Diary of Anne Frank is that Anne imagine a dream of her living in her house peacefully before she die. …show more content…

For example, on page 37, Morrie said “I knew Mitch, you mustn’t be afraid of my dying.” This tells me that Professor Morrie is like a father figure to Mitch since his childhood and Mitch was kicked out of his house by his father since Mitch mentioned his dead mother. Another example, on page 190, Mitch said “not long after Morrie’s death, I reached my brother in Spain.” This shows that after Morrie passed away, Mitch wants to unite with his younger brother so he won’t feel lonely and hopeless like how the disease is slowly staring to kill him. To sum it up, this paragraph supports that the conflict in Tuesday with Morrie is that Mitch struggles finding meaning in his life and his solution to this problem is to take advice from Morrie which helps him contact his

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