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- ?Meursault is punished, not for his crime of killing another human being but for refusing to play the game.? This statement is of great relevance to the novel The Outsider, by Albert Camus. Society as a whole enforces its ideas and values, upon all individuals, but particularly on those who differ from the ?norm?.
- In The Outsider, Albert Camus portrays Meursault, the book?s narrator and main character, as detached, and unemotional. He does not think much about events or their consequences, nor does he express much feeling in relationships or during emotional times.
- The opening lines of the novel, The Outsider by Albert Camus, set the tone for the book: “Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don’t know” (pg. 9), it is a dreary and depressing sentence, so are the thoughts of a character by the name of Meursault.
- The major source of conflict in the text, The Outsider written by Albert Camus, is ultimately Meursault s rebellion against the expectations of society. This conflict, caused be rebellion, controls the plot line of the text from the time of Meursault s mother s death and eventually leads him to his own death.
- The way a person reacts to ordinary situations determines the opinions of others based on their behavior. Yet, when this behavior is abnormal or different from the rest of society, it causes society to form an opinion based totally on a person’s behavior not their true personality.
- ?He was getting on my nerves a little, but I didn?t have anything to do and I didn?t feel sleepy. Just for something to say, I asked him about his dog? (Camus, 44). This and other thoughts reveal quite a bit about Meursault.
- The Macmillan dictionary for students defines ?stranger? as: 1. Person with whom one is not acquainted or familiar. 2. Foreigner, outsider, or newcomer. 3. One who is ignorant of, unacquainted with, or unaccustomed to something specified. In the book, The Stranger, by Albert Camus, these three definitions apply to the protagonist, Meursault.
- I choose this topic of tortoises because I have four of my own. I would like to learn more about them and maybe different types of things I could do to make their lives better. I have Desert Tortoises but I would also like to learn about many other types of tortoises and their shapes and sizes.
- The purpose of this essay is to bring to light the significance of Marie as a character in Albert Camus?, ?The Outsider?. Through analysis and criticism, this essay endeavors to reveal her importance as an aid to the better the reader?s understanding of the personality of Meursault, the protagonist of the novel.
- Meursault, the main character and narrator of The Outsider, is perceived to be a life-loving and self-centred man, who lives his existential life in Algiers. This novel, by Albert Camus, suggests that nothing seems to matter to Meursault. His nothing-seems-to-matter attitude is manifested through his indifference nature, which can constantly be observed in the novel.
- Albert Camus The Stranger is about the life of a very complex character named Meursault. Meursault is a very stolid person who is not given to shows of emotions. He remains this way through most of the book, but towards the end, he starts to become more feeling.
- To live authentically, in existenialism, means basically to live without deluding ourselves about the meaning of our lives or our place in the world, or about death. According to the existentialists, much of what we do is in what Sartre would call ‘bad faith’.
- An existentialist is one who acts freely and responsibly accepts the consequences of his actions, who lacks any certain knowledge of what is right or wrong, good or bad (Shaw 148-149).Webster s defines the philosophy as being centered upon the emotional struggles of individual existence in an unfathomable universe ( Existentialsim ).
- Nauseated StrangersExistentialists mean that we can’t rationalize, since we can’t explain human fear, anguish, and pain. To rationalize is absurd, because in the final analysis, we will find nothing. Life is absurd. This leads to the term Nothingness.
- The reason the chaplain is the last one to see Mearsault is becasue it?s his job to let the prisioners have a final shot at redemption before they are executed. The reason that K. meets with the priest is out of advice given to him by someone, and he is the last character that he shows K.
- Absurdity is defined as that which is contrary to reason; clearly untrue, unreasonable or ridiculous. It is often a topic in existentialist writings relating to life. This subject is prevalent in Camus? The Stranger and ?The Myth of Sisyphus.? Camus depicts absurdity bringing about happiness or indifference in each of these literary works.
- The Stranger by Albert Camus is one of the more interesting novellas I have read recently. The first thing that struck me about the book was when I was on page 8 and I realized that everything was in the first person. I thought this was going to be a problem for me but it turned out that it was like one of those movies that have the black line across the top and bottom of the screen, at first I felt it would wreck the whole book, but after the first chapter, I did not even notice.
- A. Albert Camus? cultures consist of being a novelist, literature and short story writer of many books. He wrote an essay on the state of Muslims in Algeria, causing him to lose his job and he moved to Paris. Albert Camus also joined the French resistance against the Nazis and became an editor of “Combat”, an underground newspaper.
- Albert Camus’ The Stranger explores the causes for Monsieur Meursault’s murderous act, portraying Meursault’s increasing feelings of indifference toward life following his mother’s death. Meursault becomes ignorant to social values and conventions, thinking they constrict him, for he veers toward the ‘I don’t disrupt what you’re doing, so don’t disrupt what I’m doing’ outlook.
- Albert Camus’ The Stranger starts with the death of a mother, maybe. Her son, Mersault, is unsure. He is also oblivious to the concepts of marriage, God, and repentance, as well as other institutions of society. According to social law, this is reason to execute him for a senseless murder.