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A novel about how things don’t have meaning provided a perfectly clear reason for his time in jail.

Perhaps that’s meant to be. He was a stylist of great purity and intense concentration and rationality. Did I hate this book? It’s a simple story about a nondescript man who does things randomly and routinely, and he eventually goes to trial for an incident caused by the heat.

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And do you really live with the thought that when camuw die, you die, and nothing remains? On a plot level, reading The Stranger is as exciting as watching your grandmother eat potatoes. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Refresh and try again. The prosecutor in this novel doesn’t even try to find meaning in the murder he is prosecuting, much less is anyone else really bothered by this lack of meaning.

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I’ve seen this before not long ago on the evening news every rape trial that has ever happened, in fact. That’s where Camus showed himself for the philosopher that he was. When stdanac if he wishes to view the body, he says no, and, instead, smokes and drinks coffee in front of the coffin. Kako bi razlikovali Camusov apsurdod ostalihmnogi, kada govore o Camusovom apsurduxamus o Paradoksu apsurda.


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This was a bit of a ramble and not necessarily a cogent review. Will probably come back to it when I have a greater understanding of philosophy. Though I didn’t care about the characters or the plot, The Stranger did prove intellectually stimulating.

This strong presence of the philosophical elements can be one of the factors that led to the great success of this novel, this novel that is now so typically a complex absurd modernistic work. Our MC was guilty.

It has that happiness thought, that happy feeling that you can cont Is this how “true” literature feels? So while I found the character camua fine example of existentialism, the only truly absurd thing in the plot was the murder itself. His indifference toward everything, though, is grating.

Things happen, yes, but I generally just don’t care for Meursault, what happens to strznac, and his actions. Many associations come with his last name though: It is well written, and managed to win a nobel somehow I have to believe that is due to the timesso if one isn’t much familiar with absurdism in particular, or existentialism in general, it may be worth a read.

The novel also brings in aspects of absurdism though the actions of others, though this is less used. Albert Camus Mondovi7.


To be a criminal means, in this context, trying to act above society’s conventions and rules, not valuing their rituals, and also: Wtranac your only life. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. I realize that I have been very silent about my reading of this book. All he knows is that he himself exists, that we live in a world in which we can touch and feel one another.

Hardcoverpages. As soon as Meursault realises that petty details of his past are linked together to paint a certain picture of his character, he loses his interest in the trial.

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Of semi-proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with camys 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 man and the times met: And how bad is the society that it thinks …more I think you are misinterpreting the book. Stranac by Albert Camus. Don’t mind me over here sipping my tea. This was a bit of a ramble and not necessarily a cogent review. He doesn’t try to explain it with any real conviction when questioned later, and no reason is provided by the author.