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May 22, Ryan R rated it it was amazing Shelves: Indifference is a problem without a solution. Other instances are shown. As a classic in English translation a lot has been made of its opening and closing sentences.
That we fight even if we encounter difficulties and absurdities. Strainnul could mean that “I did actually do it”, but you, the prosecutor, have to prove to the Judge or Court that I did it. Mersault remembers he has the pimp’s gun he took to prevent violence, and he shoots him.
He wanted to talk to me about God again, but I went up to him and made one last attempt to explain to him that I had only a little time left and I didn’t want to waste it on God.
This is a short and easy read, but heavy with inference and provocation. That we lay useless and wait for death.
The Stranger by Albert Camus
He is also in the position in which the death-journey of a The novel begins with the words: Desideravo dire che ero come tutti gli altri, assolutamente come tutti gli altri. Is everything the same as everything else? Non si tratta forse di una reazione a catena prodotta dalla natura stessa, dal destino?
This book touched on a lot of things that annoy me about society, mainly the need to cling to misconceptions when confronted with an individual or circumstance that can’t be neatly cataloged as a “type” or doesn’t fall into a inflexibly prefabricated black-or-white category.
Meursault sees no reason not to help him, and it pleases Raymond.
Because we urinate what we drink, then it doesn’t matter whether we drink muddy water or urine or orange juice. The way Meursault sees it, is that she’s dead, nothing’s going to bring her back.
Why does he want them there? The Stranger Albert Camus. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Meursault learns of the death of his mother, who has been living in a retirement home. Meursault is condemned, hated and believed to be soulless for two reasons here: The sentences were so short. Secondly, the very glaring message of indifference rather fires back against Camus’s message of non-conformity.
Meursault is a modest employee of French extraction who lives in Algiers.
She was used to it. Because there are few really crazy people, but there are billions of people who simply don’t give a shit. It surprises him when he answers genuinely and others are so surprised. In my prison, when the sky turned red and a new day slipped into my cell, I found out that she was right. Refresh and try again. So it might be finished, so that I might feel less alone, I could only hope there would be many, many spectators on the day of execution and that they would greet me cries of hatred.
Achieving Your Own Mortality There was no point in prolonging his life and, not believing in Heaven, there was no point in seeking eternal life.
After all, there was still some distance between us. Perhaps they have been conditioned to behave so. They show again when he agrees to write a letter for a friend so that th A short review because there are so many other good reviews of this classic. That we plow on through obstacles and hardships.
Străinul (roman de Albert Camus) – Wikipedia
I’ve found it to be worth reading over and over again, and it’s short enough to read cover to cover in just an hour or two. Later, in the courtroom, he says it was because of the sun. And It is highly recommended to someone who strainu keen to explore the absurd nature of life or rather life in general. What is very interesting is that the priest cannot accept this as an answer.
View all 53 comments. Feb 20, Mutasim Billah rated it really liked it Shelves: This ends up getting him in trouble – that, and not being able to understand basic neurotypical emotions.
His very pessimistic and rather narrow way of looking at life and death rather pissed me off. I expected that in the end even though I knew it had no chance of happening. 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.