A Comparison of the Life of Albert Camus and His Novel "The Stranger"
This experience represents Albert's adult life. He believed in hard work, because there was no excuses for failure because man relies on himself rather than on a higher being (Carey 9). Camus constantly held jobs to keep busy and to be successful. He wrote for newspapers and created plays. He once composed an essay on the state of the Arab Muslims in Algeria, which caused him to loose his job and move to Paris (Chabinyc). He was involved with the different social classes because he was raised in a lower working class, similar to the on in which Meursault is in, while commentating on others (ClassicNotes; Ward). The protagonist's interest in Marie represents Albert's numerous relationships. He was twice married, and once divorced (Chabinyc).…
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