Camus - "The Stranger"
In order to begin the journey toward awareness an individual must encounter an existential crisis, which stimulates him or her to begin introspective thought. In Camus' The Stranger, Meursault experiences existentialism throughout the entire book because he is detached from so many things. This detachment causes him to go through traumatic experiences, leading up to the end of the novel, where he comes to realize what kind of life he lived. Similar to John Roth's quote, Meursault is a strange character, looking for the meaning in life, yet at the same time abandoning it, embracing apathy.…
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