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The world is not allowed to have such a person in it — if such a person really did exist then it would be a fundamental challenge to the core beliefs of the priest. A critical difference among these translations is the ca,us of the emotion in this sentence towards the close of the novel: There was no build up, there was no action, there was no climax.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The Arab the brother of the mistress of Raymond is a man shot and killed by Meursault on albert camus strainul beach in colonial Algiers.
We are not stgainul to get to the heart of him but we sure can appreciate where he’s coming from with just enough effort to realize that the example made of him misses the point by a shamefully vast apbert.
Is he a sociopath? Did Meursault love his mother, was he in the circle of criminals, and other moral characteristics of the man seem to be the deciding factor of his fate, a trial that reads like a Holy decision into either Heaven or Hell while vamus being a decision that would remove him from this worldly courtroom to the immortal courtroom, if that is to be believed certainly by the lawyers but denied by Meursault. Meursault’s thoughts on and dealings with the Christian Coalition were the funniest parts of the novel, I was cracking up reading them.
More than anything I was just bored with it. Avrei preferito non scontentarlo, ma non vedevo una ragione di modificare la mia vita.
The Stranger peels like an onion, and the further between the lines you read, the more there is to find. That we lay useless and wait for death.
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Crystal Whitmore rated it did not like it Feb 21, The prose of Camus is very simple and eloquent, and is a pleasure to read, but he raises some philosophical questions a layer beneath his beautifully crafted novella which leaves It came as something quite shocking which left me dazed for days.
Salamano is an old man who routinely walks his dog. Rieux of La Peste The Plague, who tirelessly attends the plague-stricken citizens of Oran, enacts the revolt against a world of the absurd and of injustice, and confirms Camus’s words: Why invest in morality, in relations, in feelings, when all that awaits us is certain death? While an interesting question, the book raises so many other philosophical questions beyond this. He could have “got off”, if he had taken a positive step on his own behalf.
Ultimately, this is why “The Stranger” and Existentialism are so confronting to Christianity and Western Civilisation. Deep down I knew perfectly well that it doesn’t much matter whether you die at thirty or at seventy, since in either case other men and women will naturally go one living – and for thousands of years. Of course he has no interest in Akbert or religion and hearing him argue with the priest and even the uber-religious magistrate was too funny.
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He just kills the guy. The writing is crisp and immediate, and the effect is nearly overwhelming and all-encompassing in its beauty and insight.
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The only time he r Mersault, a twenty-something clerk of great intelligence but no ambition, little expressed emotion and the attitude of why bother changing or making a choice, there’s nothing wrong with the status quo.
However, he fails to take the step.
I am definitely not the same kind of Atheist as Camus. A shaft of light shot upward from the steel, and I felt as if a long, thin blade transfixed my forehead. The ever present heat overhead, the inevitability of life, that-which-cannot-be-avoided-and-beats-down-on-us-all.
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