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Crucified by Society
Unknowingly Mersault spends his last few months of freedom oblivious to society's conformity. In one slash of the sun's ray he changes his very being of existentialism. Through harsh reality and the judging of society Mersault sees what it has to offer, but yet he rises up, Christ-like and dies without conforming. The existential novel " The Stranger" by Albert Camus shows such a man and his indifference to society.
<Tab/>Mersault's lack of emotion and opinion is the very basis of his daily life. Events surrounding him have no effect on or provoke any kind of action from hi…
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