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Who cares if the universe is gone billions of years from now? It is this honesty that gets him executed in the end. Not in my house. The main character was very unemotional and lived off of facts. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. The last few pages of the book contained most of starnac mind meat doesn’t that sound delicious?
I can see why so many people love this book with its philosophical questions, existentialism, nod to atheism, etc. Doesn’t brilliance make you think? His austere search for moral order found its aesthetic correlative in the classicism of his caamus.
Many associations come with his last name though: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. The novel also brings in aspects of absurdism though the actions of others, though this is less used.
Write a customer review. The main character is likable enough to the people around him, but he drove me nuts because he is so passive!
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I am a great fan of Camus. The prosecutor does contribute some to the overall notion of absurdism by attempting to create a monster out of our MC that doesn’t exist. Our MC was guilty. For Albert Camus, The Stranger is an exploration into the meaning stfanac life and if life has no meaning what is the purpose of morality.
The Stranger by Albert Camus, 4 Stars. Maybe I missed the point somewhere. Though existentialism comes from the disorientation or confusion that we are living in a meaningless strahac absurd world. Its not as smooth as a novel, but i I was 14 when my uncle gave damus this book to read and I remember not being able to get past more than 20 pages.
We al I am humbled by the many insightful, positive and beautifully written reviews of this book and feel a bit stupid for just not getting it. It does so by having the MC have both a lack of feeling towards seemingly everything, as well etranac having him act in ways that do not follow normal societal conventions.
I expect more absurdism in my absurdist fiction, I suppose. The preceding chapters, however, were fairly blah for me. His last thought, the joy he will feel at hearing the hate calls of the spectators during his walk to the scaffold.
A Lifestr. In fact it was over 3 weeks ago that I read and discussed it with strabac and I have somehow avoided finding time to write a review. I finally had my lightbulb moment, realized that this was the point, an I started this book, finally, understanding that it was an example of existentialist philosophy but knowing little else.
I suppose this reflects my ambivalence about The Stranger.
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Kuga, SysPrint, Lektira dostupna svima; str. Meursault learns of his mother’s death. To become more specific, I simply found nothing to become involved with in the first half of the novel. 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. However I have heard that The Stranger has been an option for high school students especially in America to study.
Then, in the second stranwc, there is more to become involved with. It has that happiness thought, that happy feeling that you can cont Is this how “true” literature feels?
His name is Meursault, he doesn’t have a first name. At last, he feels one with the world. And how bad is the society that it thinks …more I think you are misinterpreting the book. All that said, there are so many people I respect who love this book.
I picked it up again about five years later and got as far as chapter 2 but still left it unfinished until now, nearly a decade later that I finished it with the same indifference as before. I started this book, finally, understanding that it was an example of existentialist philosophy but knowing little else.
Yes, they try him for murder, but no one seems to care, beyond the random quickly bypassed question, that there is no motive for this killing. In the first part, through narrating arbitrary episodes of his everyday life, we can deduce the picture of a man whose routine is confined to his own flat, his neighbourhood, office, restaurant and beach. Njegova svojstvena iskrenost remeti status quo.
I finally had my lightbulb moment, realized that this was the point, and began to enjoy the read for what it was.