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Camus points out, however, that there is no more meaning in death than there is in life, and that it simply evades the problem yet again. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. It accepts it all.

Le ho detto che la cosa mi era indifferente, e che avremmo potuto farlo se lei voleva. Who the hell writes like that? Once he doesn’t conform to these measures, he is marginalized and called “inhuman”; this is an attempt on the part of the others to rationalize their own ways of life and understandings.

There was nothing funny, nothing exciting, nothing interesting, and nothing to really take away from the book; just the same words repeating over and over, grouped in strings of seven or eight. His general detachment makes living in prison very tolerable, especially after he gets used to the idea of being restricted and ca,us to have sex with Marie.

Străinul (roman de Albert Camus) – Wikipedia

And it is with apathy that he learns the news of the death of his mother, who lived her last years in a hospice. People do not perceive and interact with the world the same way, so why should they be expected to hear the same things, pick up on the same cues, follow the same logic of thought? Fortunately, since Goodreads has instilled in me the need straihul take notes on, emphatically underline passages from and analyze the pants off every book I read thes I was so amped about this book when I tore through it a few weeks ago; alas, in abert yawning chasm of time between then and when I first sat down to start this review as opposed to this most recent effort — I think at least my fourth?


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But Meursault isn’t a sick fuck like Raymond. In fact, nothing could be clearer. But this presumption acts as priori for the trial of Meursault as it is proved eventually that murder was an intended one.

He’s clear he did something wrong. What is the purpose of this angry crowd? Similarly, if he was a Christian, he would have alberf motivated to seek eternal life in Tsrainul. Meursault is the ‘ View all 32 comments.

The Stranger

Here we have find Meursault denied the sunsoaked scenes of nature and friendship of the outside world, and the sexuality so rampant in part strainuul as he finds himself now beset by the cold indifferent stone walls of prison. The Arabs include Raymond’s mistress, her brother and assumed friends.

And that is the absurdness of life. Love the simple straightforward prose He had been regularly labeled with existentialism though not to his wish. Fortunately, since Goodreads has instilled in me the need to take notes on, emphatically underline passages from and analyze the pants off every book I read these days, a quick revisit to my thorough defacing of this novel got me right back in the mindset of being unexpectedly taken by a deceptively disinterested narrator.

The essay Le Mythe de Sisyphe The Myth of Sisyphus, expounds Camus’s notion of the absurd and of its acceptance with “the total absence of hope, which has nothing to do with despair, a continual refusal, which must not be confused with renouncement – and a conscious dissatisfaction”. Before anything else, I would like to state that I was rather pleased with the first half of the novel, but sadly not by the second.

The reader ends up filling this vacuum with their own prejudices and societal preconceptions, making the reader as involved in building the world as the author.


View all 9 comments. It surprises him when he answers genuinely and others are so surprised. I albret liked the man who kept falling behind in the march to the cemetery and would take short cuts.

Perhaps our modern world can be seen as The Strangerthus making each and every one of us strangers. Are you defending what Meursault did?

It comes to me like this. As odd though probably unsurprising, given the nature of my reviews as it is to say, I found a certain kinship with Meursault. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? He put his mom in a Home in the first place. I’m very familiar with looking at a person you once loved and who loved you back but is now merely a shell of a human being.

While existentialism suggests that there is no inherent meaning in life and we should accept it, thereby should define our lives and take responsibility to live by it; absurdism says that the very acceptance the absurd condition of life is the onset of true existence since while accepting the absurd situation one must not stop search for meaning for life. I liked his strangeness! Camus joined the resistance movement during the occupation and after the liberation was a columnist for the newspaper Combat.

The whole story is a deliberate exercise in absurdity; and while the plot is very simple, and the characters are seemingly one dimensional, it all works together to create a great philosophical work. This is a short and easy read, but heavy with inference and provocation.