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To ask other readers questions about The Strangerplease sign up. The trial which is based more on his conduct during funeral of his mother rather than the act of murder, the trial room gradually becomes symbolism of justice based on values considered akin to human beings.

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At least, the former can be persuaded to change his views, but the latter won’t under any circumstances. So, what can I say?

But after 30 years of avoiding reading this book I have finally relented and read it. The Nobel Prize laureate ofwhich also focused on political questions before. We should inject our own meaning into our own lives.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. I was so amped about this book when I tore through it a few weeks ago; alas, in that 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? Non si tratta forse di una reazione a catena prodotta dalla natura stessa, dal destino?

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Perhaps they have been conditioned to behave so. Caderea – un monolog absurd al unui individ care traieste fara speranta. Its theme and outlook are often cited as examples of Camus’s philosophy of the absurd and existentialismthough Camus personally rejected the latter label.

The game is how we play it: He is not fond of playing games or telling lies rather accept life as it comes to him without any underlying sense of morality, prejudice or conformity. How many people ca,us cried at a loved one’s funeral, only to crumble under the emotional weight days or weeks or months later after some mundane event hammers home the finality of loss?

Yet the society forces rational explanations on Meursault’s doing and makes decisions for his life. Meursault’s thoughts on and dealings with the Christian Coalition were the funniest parts of the novel, I was cracking up reading them. Again with the autism.

By failing to take a “positive” step on his own behalf, he effectively collaborated in and achieved his own mortality. He likes swimming and women. While waiting to learn strxinul fate, either his successful appeal or execution of his death sentence, Meursault meets with a chaplain, but rejects his proffered opportunity of turning to God.

And sometimes I think if this book can be reviewed at all. He didn’t cry at his mom’s funeral, and he did things like drink coffee and smoke a cigarette. I felt the urge to reassure him that I was like everybody else, just like everybody else.

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Because there are strainull really crazy people, but there are billions of people who simply don’t give a shit. Camus also skewers and explores law and the legal system, which is interesting and at times amusing.

View all 31 comments. I expected that in the end even though I knew it had no chance of happening. Why should I bother? Her brother and friends try to take revenge. He says that there is only one philosophical problem in the life and that is suicide.

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The New York Times. Rather than expressing his feelings, he comments to the reader only about the aged attendees at the funeral. For a fourth thing, he takes everything that people tell him at starinul value.

The Priest who comes to him at the end is actually quite certain that he will be freed. I agree that Meursault found some sort of solitude in losing hope, in his final indifference.

We are left to wonder why. Instead, against all expectation, he doesn’t defend himself.