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The Stranger (Camus novel) – Wikipedia

It also seems strange that the murder is not the primary discussion, but the actions of relations leading up to it. It’s a brilliant small book – especially knowing it was written so long ago: Aug 01, Nishat rated it really liked it Shelves: But really there wasn’t much point, and I gave up the idea out of laziness.

Does it matter if we live or die? It could mean that “I did actually do it”, but you, the prosecutor, have to prove to the Judge or Court that I did it.

The point is that, sooner or later, all life must come to an end.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? What an interesting little book. This isn’t a man you can love or trust. But freedom or imprisonment, it’s all the same to him.

Again with the autism.

He does not express concern that Raymond’s girlfriend is going to be emotionally hurt, as he believes Raymond’s story that she has been unfaithful. What or perhaps who is an Outsider? But he is the outsider. The sentences were so short. 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.


Strainul – descrie o crima si goliciunea omului in fata unei situatii absurde.

Străinul (roman de Albert Camus) – Wikipedia

They are rapists plus. Albert Camus ‘s The Stranger Oct 07, Jim Fonseca rated it it was amazing Shelves: He’s not a greedy or angry person.

There was no build up, there was no action, there was no climax. Every nerve in my body was a steel spring, and my grip closed on the revolver.

Pareciera como si Camus hubiera querido reescribir el final de aquella. It surprises him when he answers genuinely and others are so surprised. Indifference is tricky because you’re stranded in a solid state of passivity and it’s very hard to sway you from one apbert to another. I am definitely not the same kind of Atheist as Camus. Besides, he said he and his mom have nothing more to say to each other.

I am very familiar albett the elderly and persons with dementia. To view it, click here. The same people who were bemused that a law-abiding clerk could commit such a senseless, such an absurd murder.


Not this little black duck. Meursault’s everyday life is boring – as is everyone’s – and Camus captures this well without losing his readers’ interest, which I think is quite a feat. Why do they think they know how you have to react? In high school friends one of them even became my strainil told me it was a great book about a man condemned to die because he was an outsider. I’d highly recommend it to anyone. Of semi-proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with a deep interest in philosophy only chance prevented him from pursuing a university career in that fieldhe came to France at the age of twenty-five.

The Stranger

It was weird to be back in a time when crucifixes were being waved in people’s faces and things like a lack of belief in God could be held against you in a court of law. Meursault is an ordinary enough office clerk, with a strange kind of anti-social sincerity that the reader immediately encounters in the first two sentences, one of the most famous opening lines in literature.

What’s so wrong with that?