1 of 5
Morrie’s lessons about life, love, and communication are an answer to and rejection of the established mores of ___.

2 of 5
“Love or perish,” a quote often recited by Morrie, is attributed to which poet?

3 of 5
Morrie’s practice of “detachment” stems from the philosophy of which religion?

4 of 5
What serves a symbol of the deterioration of Morrie’s body over the course of the book?

5 of 5
What does Morrie refuse to do until his final days, as he sees it as a form of surrender?