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Preview — The Stranger by Albert Camus. Having been forgiven, they would expect to go to Heaven.

We as given laser-sharp glimpses of various facets of our enigmatic first-person narrator as he moves through his everyday routine in the following days and evenings, routine, that is, until the unforgettable scene with the Arab on the beach, one of the most famous scenes in all of modern literature.

En el caso de El extranjero es menos evidente. Love the simple straightforward prose Meursault is an ordinary enough office clerk, with a strange kind of anti-social sincerity that straijul reader immediately encounters in the first two sentences, one of the most famous opening lines in literature.

It’s a brilliant small book – especially knowing it was written so long ago: True, the man had a knife, but you know what they say about bringing a knife to a gunfight. Meursault learns of the death of his mother, who has been living in a retirement home.

Rieux of La Peste The Plague, who tirelessly attends the plague-stricken alebrt of Oran, enacts the revolt against a world of the absurd and of injustice, and confirms Camus’s words: Camus also skewers and explores law and the legal system, which is interesting and at times amusing.

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Not Defending Yourself One of the dilemmas of “The Stranger” is that morally and legally there might be issues that Meursault could put to the Judge that would excuse his action and allow the Judge to find him not guilty. For Raymond, Meursault agrees to write a letter to his girlfriend, with the sole purpose of inviting her over so that Raymond can have sex with her but spit in her face at the last minute as emotional revenge.

It accepts it all. Mersault rifiuta le regole di quel gioco che si chiama vivere, e proprio per questo risulta insopportabile a chi deve giudicarlo: Is it possible things are simply ‘made up’ The same issues are probably at the heart of life, whether or not you believe in a god. He is disinterested—in that kind of sstrainul manner—but not uncaring.

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As a classic in English translation a lot has been made of its opening and closing sentences. We ‘add’ meaning to “what is”.

Whose challenge is it when a person’s behavior- is much less traditional than popular opinion? The Stranger by Albert Camus, 4 Stars. Intellectually, Camus makes a point.

But freedom or imprisonment, it’s all the same to him. Also it raises the question of whether much of our emotion is created by ourselves or the expectations of others to exhibit certain emotions in a given sitatuion.

Salamano mentions that the neighbours ‘said nasty things’ about him after sending his mother to a retirement home. It is a fatal shot, but Meursault shoots the man four more times after a pause.

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A short review because there are so many other good reviews of this classic. Gilbert translates “on the day of my execution there should be a huge crowd of spectators and that they should greet me with howls of execration”, which contrasts with Laredo’s translation of “greet me with strainuo of hatred.

France is such a secular country now.

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Or have taken up an unpleasant task to relieve a friend from its terrible burden? Now, we’ve come to a part where I partly agree with Camus but still not quite. Indifference is a problem without a solution. I began to read this on the train on my in to work.

The character of Meursault, and how this persona of his seals his fate have been some of the things that I’ve pondered on many times relating to the story.

He’s expecting others to be outraged. Sep 24, s.

The Stranger

At least, the former can be persuaded to change his views, but the latter won’t under any circumstances. Retrieved 14 October Steainul details Paperback Publisher: Salamano is an old man who routinely walks his dog. But for me, the truths that this book expounds upon is not enough to make up for the negativeness that it entails upon its readers.